Getty Image Utah Jazz entered the 2018-19 season with high expectations after a surprising 2017-18 campaign, they saw becoming one…
Utah Jazz entered the 2018-19 season with high expectations after a surprising 2017-18 campaign, they saw becoming one of West’s best teams, returning to all major contributors.
But the season has not come home, they had hoped when they rolled into Dallas on Wednesday night with a 7-6 record and a disappointing regression at the defensive end. Unfortunately for Utah they scored a new low point against Mavericks, scoring 68 points in a dizzying 50-point loss to Luka Doncic and companies in one of the worst achievements of any team this season.
Utah scored 25-in-80 from the field (31
.3 percent) and 6-in-35 from three point intervals (17.1 percent) in a gloomy night offensive and managed only 22 points throughout the second half. Their 21 sales were just four shy of the number of field goals they did, and as one would expect it led to a lopsided loss. The 22 other half-points were the smallest ever allowed by a Mavs team in half, and it’s the smallest point in an NBA game since 2016, when Hawks had 68 against … Utah Jazz.
The last team to lose with 50 was Grizzlies last season in a loss of 140-79 for Hornets. As for jazz history, it’s the worst loss since the team moved to Utah.