Rudy Gay Knocks Down Three-Pointer For First Points With Utah Jazz
Nov 18, 2021, 7:43 PM | Updated: 9:41 pm
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SALT LAKE CITY – Veteran forward Rudy Gay buried a three-pointer for his first points as a member of the Utah Jazz.
Gay’s triple came during the opening quarter of Utah’s game against the Toronto Raptors.
The Jazz hosted the Raptors at Vivint Arena on Thursday, November 18.
With 50.4 seconds remaining in the first quarter, Gay knocked down a 26-foot jumper on an assist from Mike Conley.
— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) November 19, 2021
At the end of the opening quarter, the Jazz owned a 32-27 advantage.
Gay had three points on 1-2 shooting, including 1-2 from beyond the arc. The forward added one assist during his first two minutes on the hardwood.
Rudy Gay's size really will be an asset for the Jazz.
They haven't had a big forward like that in a long time, and it is already apparent on both ends of the floor.
— Ben Anderson (@BensHoops) November 19, 2021
As a team, the Jazz shot 68.4 percent overall and 6-11 from three during the first 12 minutes of game time.
Utah’s game against Toronto is broadcast on AT&T SportsNet, NBA League Pass, and The Zone Sports Network.
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