Sunday, January 17, 2010

This Road Trip Sucks

The picture doesn't lie, it was that easy for the Jazz Saturday night against the Bucks. Short recap for this game because it was that bad. The Jazz started the game off with an 18-3 run, and they never looked back. Also the fact that C.J. Miles, who scored 19 points to lead the way for Utah, had a nice game just tells you that the Bucks didn't bring anything to the table Saturday night.

Lets check out highlights from the 112-95 loss to Utah.

* Carlos Delfino came off the bench and felt it Saturday night, finishing the game with a career-high 28 points. He made six three pointers on the night too. He also threw in 4 rebounds, 4 steals, and 3 assists. That will get him the Bucks POTG award for Saturday night.

* Andrew Bogut had another double double Saturday night. Bogut finished with 10 points, and 11 rebounds. Solid game for the guy from the land down under.

* Jazz shot 56.4% from the field, while the Bucks shot 43.2%. Not a good night for the Bucks on the defensive side of the ball.

* Five Jazz players scored in double figures: AK47, Deron Williams, Mehmet Okur, Carlos Boozer, C.J. Miles. That's what we like to call team work.

* Deron Williams had a nice game for Utah. Williams finished the game with 18 points, 6 assists, and 5 rebounds. He shot very well too going 7-11 from the field 2-3 from deep, and 2-2 from the line. That will earn him the Hunter of the Night.

As you can see it was not a good night for the Bucks. This road trip is almost over and we can get back to work against teams from the East. The Bucks have one game left on the trip Monday they play in Houston. The Bucks move to 16-22 on the season. Not sure what Rockets team will show up on Monday, but either way they will have to lay better than they did Saturday night. Click the link below to check out the rest of the box score.

It's twenty seconds till the last call...

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