Jazz F Joe Ingles Breaks Warriors Kent Bazemore’s Ankles On Crossover
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles broke the ankles of Warriors swingman Kent Bazemore on a crossover before the end of the third quarter.
Joe Ingles was at the top of the three-point line for the Jazz when he started attacking the rim to his left before switching angles and went to his right, forcing Bazemore to fall down on the crossover.
Ingles then stepped back and knocked down the three-pointer to put the Jazz up 106-72 with 38.7 seconds left in the third quarter. On the next possession, Ingles made a layup before the quarter ended.
The three-pointer gave Ingles his 9th point of the game and was at 13 points with under 10 minutes left in the game. It was his third three-pointer of the night.
The Jazz made 12 of their 28 three-point attempts in the first half. Golden State went 5-of-17 for 31 percent. It was a great start for the Jazz as they went on a 14-0 run before the Warriors scored their first points of the game. Curry had a big opening quarter to keep Golden State in the game as the Jazz outscored them 39-30 in the first.
It was close until midway through the second quarter when the Jazz pulled away and dropped 38 points. They held the Warriors just 17 points in the quarter.
The Jazz outscored the Warriors 31-25 in the third quarter.