Conley Throws Lob To Gobert To Cap Big Run To Start Fourth Quarter Against Raptors
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Utah Jazz got off to a great start in the fourth quarter with a big run that was capped by an alley-oop from Mike Conley to Rudy Gobert.
The Jazz were running on the fastbreak against the Toronto Raptors when Georges Niang threw the ball to Mike Conley on the right angle, when he threw the lob to Rudy Gobert, who finished with a two-handed dunk.
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The Jazz had a 79-77 lead entering the fourth quarter when Rudy Gobert started with a free throw. After four straight points from the Raptors, Mike Conley got a layup. Chris Boucher made a three-pointer to put the Raptors up by two points early in the fourth. Unfortunately, Mike Conley made just one of three free throws but that started the run.
Joe Ingles drilled a three-pointer, followed by a triple from Jordan Clarkson. Conley’s alley-oop to Gobert made it a 9-0 run and gave the Jazz a 91-84 lead with 9 minutes remaining in the game. Gobert followed up with an and-one dunk to make it a 12-0 run.
The Jazz will wrap up their five-game road trip on Monday, March 22 when they face the Chicago Bulls. Tip-off is at 7 p.m. MT on AT&T SportsNet.
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