On March 10, the NBA regular season continued. The Utah Jazz played against the Portland Trail Blazers at home. The Trail Blazers only scored 49 points in three quarters, and the difference reached 51 points at most! The game lost its suspense early, and the Jazz eventually defeated the Blazers 123-85.
For the Jazz, Bogdanovic had 27 points, Mitchell had 16 points and 6 assists, O’Neal had 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Gobert had 9 points and 10 rebounds;
For the Blazers, Watford had 22 points, Johnson had 15 points and 5 assists, and Allerby had 10 points and 4 rebounds.
After the start of the first quarter, the two teams were in a slightly slow state. In the first 3 and a half minutes, the two teams did not score a point. Eubanks finally broke the deadlock with a throw, Boyang continued to score points with a series of penalties, and O’Neal continued to fire on the outside. The Jazz gradually got the upper hand, Mitchell made a layup in the middle, Bo Yangbiao made a three-pointer, Whiteside dunked to the basket, Mitchell made another three-pointer, the Jazz established a double-digit advantage, and the Trail Blazers attacked in the final paragraph. Stagnation, Gobert dunks in a row, Conley took a step back and made a steady three-pointer, Allerby finally stopped the bleeding from the outside, and the Jazz established a 33-15 advantage at the end of the first quarter.
Back in the second quarter, Johnson teamed up with Allerby to keep chasing points, McLemore also made jumpers, Clarkson responded in a timely manner, Mitchell made another three-pointer, the difference between the two sides has reached 20 points, and Whiteside in the middle is raging inside. Another dunk, Mitchell also made a layup, the Trail Blazers used free throws to support hard, Mitchell made out-of-the-box shots and continued to score points, the Jazz continued to expand their advantages, McLemore and Johnson scored three points in a row at the end, Bo Yang Combining a strong response from inside and outside, Gobert blasted the basket with one arm. After halftime, the Jazz continued to dominate 63-35.
After the easy side battle, the Trail Blazers’ offense was completely cut off. Boyang made a self-shooting tip, O’Neal and Mitchell continued to fire on the outside, Boyang felt hot and made three points, and the Jazz made a 14-2 attack wave again. The difference between the two sides came to 40 points. Johnson made a layup in the middle and finally stopped the bleeding. McLemore and Hart scored in succession. Boyang was unstoppable from the outside. , the Jazz led 96-49 after three quarters.
At the end of the quarter, the Jazz took the lead in replacing the bench. Gay made a steady three-pointer from the bottom corner. The Trail Blazers scored consecutive free throws and scored. Gay made an emergency stop and made a jumper, but then the Jazz came to a standstill and Watford made a layup. 2+1, Johnson dunked and abused the basket, Bukele responded in a timely manner, Johnson and Blevins scored three-pointers in a row, and the two sides fought each other hotly. Too big, the game lost the suspense in advance, and the Jazz finally won the opponent.