You can’t double team Steph Curry on the perimeter. If you go under the screen against him, you are allowing maybe the greatest shooter of all time an open look. You can switch a big guy onto him, but that means Steph gets to go at a larger, slower defender. Maybe it’s not that bad if that big guy is Rudy Gobert, the…
Very clever, Jazz.
— Steve Starks (@StevenStarks) May 3, 2017
The Utah Jazz know the Golden State Warriors would rather have faced the Los Angeles Clippers in Round 2. The nightlife is better in Los Angeles than in Utah. Joe Ingles wanted to make the Warriors comfortable, so he even offered to them a free trip to Vegas.
But if the Jazz can’t take the Warriors to the nightlife, they may as well bring nightlife to Game 3 — in the form of a T-shirt.
Steve Sarks, president of the Jazz, teased that the team will offer shirts that read #Nightlife to fans. They’ll first be available online and then also during the Jazz’s first home game against the Dubs. This might not be the nightlife Golden State was looking for, but it’s still good.
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