Jazz Host Suns In Rematch Of Friday’s Loss
Nov 19, 2023, 4:49 PM
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SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Jazz are facing the Phoenix Suns for the second time in three nights after losing a nailbiter on Friday night.
Phoenix edged the Jazz 131-128 behind 38 points from Kevin Durant, including a dagger three in the final minute of the fourth quarter.
Suns All-Star guard Devin Booker dished out a career-high 15 assists in the win.
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The Jazz were led by Jordan Clarkson who scored 37 points on 14-26 shooting. Lauri Markkanen added 21, while John Collins and Keyonte George scored 15 points each.
Friday’s loss was the Jazz’s final In-Season Tournament home game, and their first loss in group play.
The Jazz sit at 2-1 in West Group A, trailing the 3-0 Los Angeles Lakers who they’ll face Tuesday needing a win to preserve their hopes of advancing to the round of eight.
The Suns sit at 1-1 in group play, the Portland Trail Blazers are 1-1, while the Memphis Grizzlies are 0-3 and have been eliminated from advancing.
How To Watch Jazz And Suns
The Jazz will face the Suns on Sunday at 6 pm MST in Salt Lake City. The game will be televised on KJZZ and NBATV, streamed on Jazz+, and can be heard on 97.5 The KSL Sports Zone.
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Ben Anderson is the Utah Jazz insider for KSL Sports and the co-host of Jake and Ben from 10-12p with Jake Scott on 97.5 The KSL Sports Zone. Find Ben on Twitter at @BensHoops or on Instagram @BensHoops.
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