The Warriors just could not find the firepower needed to down the hottest team and the most prolific three-point shooting team in the Utah Jazz, falling to a top Western Conference contender 127-108 in Salt Lake City on Saturday night. The Jazz had already set an NBA record with 248 made three-pointers as a team through their first 15 games, and the Warriors were unable to hold back the barrage as the Jazz connected for 20 more tonight.
On any other night when the Warriors start the game shooting well at 50 percent in the first quarter and Stephen Curry makes two three pointers in the span of 30 seconds, that would be a winning combination for the Dubs. But Utah opened the game 4-for-4 on three-pointers and went up 14-0 on the Warriors quickly, then continued to pour it on from there.
|Curry – 24||Curry – 7||Curry – 7|
|Wiseman – 15||Wiggins / Wiseman – 5||Green – 6|
|Wiggins – 13||Green – 4||Mannion / Poole – 4|
|Mitchell – 23||Gobert – 14||Bogdanovic – 8|
|Conley – 17||Favors – 8||Mitchell – 6|
|Bogdanovic / Clarkson – 14||Mitchell / Bogdanovic – 7||O’Neale / Ingles – 3|
Though a rough outing for the team, Stephen Curry made a splash in the history books. After making his first two in the…