So Game 3 really didn’t disappoint and this is much more of what you might have expected in this series.  The back and forth, low scoring, more defensive oriented game.  The Jazz were able to neutralize Klay Thompson and Steph Curry for the most part but left Durant to “get his” and boy did he.  Kevin Durant shot 58% from the field off 26 shots.  He scored 38 points to lead all scorers in the game while at the same time managing to grab 13 rebounds as well. Gordon Hayward had a big game for the Jazz scoring 29 points and he managed to get to the free throw line quite a few times but it still wasn’t enough to get past the Warriors.  This series seems all but over at this point with the Warriors continuing to stay perfect in the playoffs winning the game 102-91.

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