To hear the Utah Jazz tell it, the All-Star break couldn’t have come at a worse time, even if it did seem like it took forever to get there.
“The biggest thing for us,” Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell told the Salt Lake Tribune earlier this week, “is we have to get back to the way we we’ve been playing before the break. … We Best Place For Cheap Jerseys haven’t been the same team.”
“I feel like we’re both point guards on the floor,” Fox told NBC Sports California. “He’s 6-foot-6, but he can play the one. It feels like you have two point guards.”
The Jazz (32-30) beat the Kings 120-105 in Sacramento on Jan. 17 to start a 13-2 run that included their 11-game roll and vaulted them back into the playoff race. They will go into Saturday’s contest two games behind Denver for the final berth in the Western Conference.
“Basically their call,” Curry said. “Frustrating, but big picture, I understand. … I don’t think it’s going to be anything that will keep me out.”
Kerr said Curry was “limping a little bit” in the third quarter, leading to the “precautionary” decision to take him out of the game for good.
“He wanted to stay in but we didn’t want him to stay in just because of the potential to make it worse,” Kerr said.
Kevin Durant also had 28 points for the Warriors, who are unbeaten since the All-Star break.
Atlanta’s Dennis Schroder, who had 27 points, sank three free throws with 19 seconds remaining to cut Golden State’s lead to 111-109. Durant made only one of two free throws to push Cheap Authentic NBA Jerseys the lead to three points before Andre Iguodala’s steal from Kent Bazemore and layup clinched the win.
“Kent lost the ball and it just fumbled to me,” Iguodala said.