The Utah Jazz are known more for their defense than anything else but they are going to have to put up more points in order to compete with the high powered offense of the Golden State Warriors.  Gordon Hayward, Joe Johnson, and George Hill combined for a mere 32% from the field while the rest of the team shot 56% which would normally make up for it had the trio not shot 34 shots between them.  The Warriors were efficient with Curry shooting 7 for 11 from the field scoring 22 points.  He grabbed 7 rebounds and 5 assists to go with it.  Durant struggled for the most part but even a struggle for him leads to 17 points of 17 shots.  The big surprise to me was Draymond Green who also ended up with 17 points shooting 50% from the field.  He grabbed 8 rebounds and 6 assists.  All five starters were in double figures by the end of the game and everyone stayed out of foul trouble.  That usually leads to success as the Warriors stay perfect winning the game 106-94.

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