Jazz Splash 3’s, Best Bucks
It has already been a crazy season in the NBA. The front runners that we expect to see heavily involved come playoff time aren’t necessarily racking up the wins right now. That kept up on Friday night as the Milwaukee Bucks dropped another one, seeing them fall to 5-4 overall through nine games, to the Utah Jazz by a 131-118 score.
The central theme to it was the Jazz’s ability to nail three-pointers. They made a franchise record 25 of them throughout the course of the game, helping them take down the Bucks on their home court for the first time this season. Donovan Mitchell was also quite helpful, posting 32 points. Giannis led all scorers with 35, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the very strong shooting the Jazz displayed. They also are now 5-4 after the win, which came off the back of two straight losses.