Last night marked the fourth game between the Golden State Warriors and the Utah Jazz in their playoff series. This series has not been friendly to the Jazz as they lost the first three games, heading into a game that may be their last. Game 1 would be a victory for the Oakland team as they pull away with a 106 to 94 win. In that game, Stephen Curry would score twenty-two points, pull down seven rebounds and dish off five assists. Rudy Gobert would settle for thirteen points, eight rebounds and three assists. The Warriors would win the second game, as well, handing the Jazz a 115-104 loss. Kevin Durant would chalk up twenty-five points, eleven rebounds and seven assists. Gordon Hayward would put up thirty-three points, five rebounds and four assists. The last game would also be a win for the Warriors as they defeat the Jazz, 102 to 91. In that game, Kevin Durant would put up thirty-eight points, thirteen rebounds and one assist. Gordon Hayward would score twenty-nine points, pull down two rebounds and give out six assists. The Warriors looked to complete a 4-0 series sweep last night inside of the Vinint Smart Home Arena.
The Warriors would start the game off smoking hot in the first quarter as they shoot fifty-seven percent from the field as a team, limiting the Utah Jazz to twenty-four percent. Stephen Curry would light the floor up with fourteen points, earning six of them from beyond the arc. Klay Thompson would shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field, earning eight points in return. Michigan-native, Draymond Green, would also shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field as he gathers up seven points. He would earn three of those seven points from behind the three-point line. On the other end of the court, Gordon Hayward would knock down two three-pointers to get himself six points. Rudy Gobert would chalk up four points and two rebounds but it was the Oakland team that ended the first quarter with a 39 to 17 lead. The Utah team would return the favor with a 35-21 run in the second quarter. During that run, Dante Exum would come off the bench to put up nine points which included one three-pointer. Hayward would shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field, contributing with seven points which would contain one three-pointer. As for the Warriors, Kevin Durant would come alive for ten points, knocking down a three-pointer in the process. He would also jump up to grab three rebounds as he shoots fifty-seven percent from the field. Stephen Curry would be limited to only four points as Green nails a three-pointer, along with three assists. Klay Thompson would be limitied to only two points as the Warriors enter halftime with a 60-52 lead.
The Golden State team would come out of the locker room to spark a 33 to 27 run in the third quarter. During that run, Curry would drop nine points, hitting a three-pointer in the process. He would also collect four rebounds and four assists to go along with it. Durant would shoot sixty percent from the field to get seven points, including one three-pointer. JaVale McGee would come off the bench to shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field, receiving six points as a reward. On the other end of the floor, Gordon Hayward would try to keep his Jazz team in it as he throws up twelve points, three of them coming from beyond the arc. Former Hawks player, Shelvin Mack, would light the floor up with eleven points as he shot seventy-five percent from the field. He would knock down a three-pointer while doing so but it the Warriors who go into the last period with a commanding 93-79 lead. The visiting team would close things out in the fourth quarter as Thompson would heat up for nine points, knocking down a three-pointer in the process. Former Jazz player, Ian Clark, would come off the bench to shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field as he collects six points. Shelvin Mack, Raul Neto and Dante Exum would try to bring the Jazz back as they each put up four points but it was the Golden State Warriors who defeat the Utah Jazz with a 121-95 blowout score, completing a 4-0 series sweep. Stephen Curry finished with thirty points, five rebounds and seven assists. Gordon Hayward would finish with twenty-five points, five rebounds and three assists.