Once again, the Jazz would be without Rudy Gobert which is probably the biggest reason as to why they lost this game.  Chris Paul was able to make most of his shots along with Blake Griffin as they both shot over 50% from the field and three point land.  When those two get it going, it’s hard to compete with the Clippers.  On the flip side Hayward, Johnson, and George Hill both had pretty sad games shooting a combined 16 for 42 from the field which is low even for their numbers.  Reminds of the kind of stat line you might see from Kobe during the end of his career.  The Clippers will need to win game 3 in order to get home court advantage back and continue to keep the drive alive.  Clippers are able to take game 2 with a score of 99-91.

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