Warriors Finish Off Jazz
The Golden State Warriors and the Utah Jazz battled in Game Four of the Western Conference semifinals. The Warriors were up 3-0 and were trying to close out the Jazz. On the other hand, Utah was trying to keep their season alive with a win at home.
The Jazz fell to the Warriors 121-95.
In fact, they all scored in double-figures according to ESPN. Curry ended with 30 points and seven assists. Then Thompson added his 21 points and KD came in with 18.
But with all that scoring the top dog was Green. He finished with a triple-double throwing up 17 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds.
The game was never in question as the Warriors lead 37-19 after the first quarter. The Warriors showed the Jazz they were ready to end the series early.
“It’s been a unique arc for us,” Jazz coach Quin Snyder said. “The adversity that kind of continued to rear its head and the way these guys dealt with it. It was apropos tonight.
Golden State smacked Utah with a sledgehammer. The forced the Jazz to shoot 37.1% from the field. Also, the Warriors lead in almost every category.
They ran the Jazz out the building scoring 19 points in the fast break to their four. In addition, Dub City dished out the helpers with 28 assists to Utah’s 13.
“The most important thing was we imposed our will on the game and we had the game at our pace,” Green said.
Now the Warriors wait to face the winner of the other series in the Western Conference Finals. The Houston Rockets and San Antonio Spurs both hold at 2 games apiece.
Both will have to step up their game as the Warriors are 8-0 in the playoffs.