Jazz vs Clippers NBA Live: The Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Clippers will meet for their 2nd meeting in the Western Conference Semi Finals. In Game 1, the Jazz beat the Clippers, completing a 13-points second-half comeback rallying around a spectacular 45 points outburst by Donovan Mitchell. More details about UTA vs LAC Dream11 will be given here.
Jazz vs Clippers NBA Playoffs WCSF Game 2: In Game 1, the Clippers dominated the Jazz in the first half but had no answer for Donovan in the second. The Clippers have shown the ability to pierce through the Jazz defense, which means that this series can be the most intensely fought one during the course of the Playoffs. Who will overcome the challenges and reign supreme in Game 2? The Clippers have the setup to take down the Jazz but it will be more difficult than dealing with the Mavs as they did in the last series.
Host: Utah Jazz
Visitors: Los Angeles Clippers
Match Timing: 11 June @ 07:30 AM
Venue: Vivint Smart Home Arena
Streaming: WATCH Jazz vs Clippers NBA Live Score on Sony channels including Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 3 and Sony ESPN in India, and SonyLiv App
Utah Jazz| Los Angeles Clippers
Games: 06| 08
Wins: 05| 04
Defeats: 01| 04
Utah Jazz News:
Status Out: No one has been ruled out so far.
Status Questionable: Mike Conley is questionable for the game.
Utah Jazz active roster: Mike Conley, Donovan Mitchell, Bojan Bogdanovic, Rudy Gobert, Joe Ingles, Royce O’ Neale, Jordan Clarkson, Jarrell Brantley, Derrick Favors, Nigel Williams-Goss Trent Forest, Ersan Ilyasova, Georges Niang, Elijah Hughes, Miye Oni, Udoka Azubuike, Juwan Morgan.
Los Angeles Clippers News:
Status Out: Serge Ibaka will not play in the game.
Status Questionable: Nothing further to report so far.
Los Angeles Clippers active Roster: Ivica Zubac, Patrick Beverley, Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, Reggie Jackson, Rajon Rondo, Nicolas Batum, Luke Kennard, Terance Mann, Daniel Oturu, Patrick Patterson, Jay Scrubb, Mfiondu Kabengele, Ky Bowman, Amir Coffey, DeMarcus Cousins.
*Stats from postseason*
Projected Fantasy Points: 56
Kawhi has turned up the heat during the Playoffs and has dominated the scoring column. However, the Jazz’s defense is better than the Mavs and he was tested by that during the Game 1 loss. He reeled in 23 points and 7 rebounds in the loss. However, he still remains a superb option as the Super-Player in the Dream11 NBA scenario.
Donovan defines the Jazz’s effort and provides them top-notch scoring, without which the team has often found itself in dire straits. He has turned up a gear in the Playoffs and even a sturdy defense of the Clippers faced the heat in Game 1, where he accumulated a stunning 32 points in the second half. Overall, Mitchell’s stat line read as 45 points and 5 assists.
Gobert is one of the most disruptive big men in the league and has the capacity to annihilate the opposition’s offense in the paint. In addition to his defense, Gobert is a terrific inside scorer and can also stack up rebounds, making him the very definition of a Center. The big man collected 10 points and 12 rebounds in the Game 1 win.
PG-13 will be playing a huge role in the series and will be asked to check Mitchell’s overpowering offense time and time again. George is not only a solid defender but also has the capability to score, rebound, and perform playmaking duties. He clasped 20 points and 10 rebounds in the Game 1 loss but shot a horrible 23% from the field.
Bojan Bogdanovic: PPG: 18.4 RPG: 4.8 SPG: 1.2 TPG: 1.8
Bojan is known for stretching the floor and giving the Jazz an option at the scoring front. He was terrific in the absence of Mitchell throughout the season but now has a more complementary role. Bogdanovic had 18 points and 5 rebounds in the Game 1 win.
Reggie Jackson: PPG: 15.4 RPG: 3.4 TPG: 1.5 PFP: 26
Jackson was superb in the series against the Mavs but in Game 1 against Jazz, Rajon Rondo played more minutes than him. Still, he got hold of 9 points and 3 assists.
Jordan Clarkson: PPG: 18.6 RPG: 3.2 TPG: 2.8 PFP: 30
Clarkson provides depth at the guard position and his multiple moves allow him to pose significant problems for the opposing defenders. The NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award winner reeled in 18 points during the Game 1 win.
Royce O’ Neale: PPG: 11.0 RPG: 7.0 SPG: 1.6 PFP: 23
Marcus Morris Sr.: PPG: 11.4 RPG: 4.0 PFP: 22
PG: R Rondo
SG: D Mitchell(SP)
SF: B Bogdanovic, P George(PP), J Ingles
PF: R O’Neale
C: I Zubac, D Favors