Jazz Guard Mike Conley Goes Against Suns’ Chris Paul For Jump Ball In All-Star Game
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Utah Jazz guard Mike Conley went up against Phoenix Suns star Chris Paul for a jump ball to start the second quarter of the NBA All-Star Game.
The NBA All-Star Game took place in Atlanta on Sunday, March 7.
At the beginning of the second quarter, Conley and Paul faced each other for the jump ball to start another 12 minutes of game time. After some hesitation jumps, Paul won the tip over Conley.
Team Durant leads Team LeBron 24-22 midway through the second quarter.
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At the end of the first half, Team LeBron led Conley and Team Durant, 100-80.
Team LeBron outscored Team Durant by 19 points in the second quarter.
At halftime, Conley had zero points on 0-2 shooting. He had one rebound, one assist, and a steal in six minutes of action.
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Before the game, the Jazz guard placed second in the NBA Three-Point Contest.
This year’s game was Conley first career All-Star selection.
The 2021 NBA All-Star Game is broadcast on TNT.
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