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UTAH (48 - 35) at OKLAHOMA CITY (49 - 34)
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Wednesday, 4/18/2018 8:05 PM
Western Conference - Round 1 - Best of 7 - Game 2 - OKC Leads 1-0
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UTAH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games48-35+6.343-4040-42104.250.846.2%50.7100.048.345.0%49.0
Road Games20-22+1.121-2124-17103.949.145.9%49.7103.349.046.3%49.8
Last 5 Games3-2+13-23-2109.853.248.1%54.697.847.042.6%49.6
Playoff Games0-1-10-11-0108.048.047.1%46.0116.054.048.2%52.0
Division Games7-10-3.19-85-1199.145.344.9%49.6100.448.245.2%48.5
UTAH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)104.250.838-8346.2%11-3036.6%17-2277.8%51922209145
vs opponents surrendering106.653.840-8646.1%11-2936.2%17-2276.6%511023208145
Team Stats (Road Games)103.949.138-8345.9%11-2938.1%16-2178.9%50923198145
Stats Against (All Games)100.048.337-8345.0%10-2636.7%16-2177.2%49920218155
vs opponents averaging106.753.940-8646.1%10-2936.1%17-2276.6%521023208145
Stats Against (Road Games)103.349.039-8546.3%9-2636.5%15-2077.6%50921208145

OKLAHOMA CITY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games49-34-22.334-4737-46108.055.045.3%54.6104.551.945.9%50.7
Home Games28-14-10.416-2419-23109.155.146.4%54.4103.750.745.5%49.2
Last 5 Games4-1+1.63-22-3116.657.644.6%56.0107.455.247.6%48.2
Playoff Games1-0+11-01-0116.054.048.2%52.0108.048.047.1%46.0
Division Games6-11-11.73-147-10105.251.146.1%49.5105.651.947.6%51.1
OKLAHOMA CITY Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)108.055.040-8845.3%11-3035.5%17-2471.8%551221209145
vs opponents surrendering106.253.540-8646.1%10-2936.2%17-2276.6%511023208145
Team Stats (Home Games)109.155.140-8746.4%10-3035.1%18-2572.9%541221209145
Stats Against (All Games)104.551.939-8445.9%11-3136.8%16-2176.8%511023218155
vs opponents averaging106.253.440-8646.1%10-2936.2%17-2277.0%511023208145
Stats Against (Home Games)103.750.738-8445.5%11-3037.3%16-2177.2%49922228154
Average power rating of opponents played: UTAH 96,  OKLAHOMA CITY 96.1
UTAH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/9/2018@ MEMPHIS95-78W-10W197.5U33-7444.6%581731-8337.3%4515
3/11/2018@ NEW ORLEANS116-99W-1.5W213O40-9641.7%651541-9344.1%4613
3/22/2018@ DALLAS119-112W-8L199.5O46-8752.9%431142-8549.4%4514
3/23/2018@ SAN ANTONIO120-124L3.5L194O43-8848.9%421547-9251.1%5813
3/25/2018@ GOLDEN STATE110-91W-9W198O42-8748.3%581438-9141.8%4511
4/1/2018@ MINNESOTA121-97W-3W207.5O46-7660.5%511638-9042.2%3912
4/3/2018LA LAKERS117-110W-11L207.5O43-8948.3%571436-7448.6%4916
4/5/2018LA CLIPPERS117-95W-8W211.5O44-8353.0%48935-7944.3%5016
4/8/2018@ LA LAKERS112-97W-9.5W207.5O42-8350.6%551837-9339.8%5312
4/10/2018GOLDEN STATE119-79W-8.5W210.5U48-9053.3%621530-8634.9%4115
4/11/2018@ PORTLAND93-102L2L202.5U33-8937.1%621441-8946.1%5210
4/15/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY108-116L4.5L205O41-8747.1%461441-8548.2%5217
4/18/2018@ OKLAHOMA CITY              
4/21/2018OKLAHOMA CITY              
4/23/2018OKLAHOMA CITY              

OKLAHOMA CITY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/10/2018SAN ANTONIO104-94W-3.5W210U39-8645.3%581540-8646.5%4614
3/13/2018@ ATLANTA119-107W-5.5W216O42-8947.2%50737-8742.5%5715
3/16/2018LA CLIPPERS121-113W-6W223.5O46-9448.9%471442-8648.8%5421
3/18/2018@ TORONTO132-125W6W219.5O49-8855.7%531746-8156.8%3619
3/20/2018@ BOSTON99-100L-4.5L208U35-8541.2%531336-8741.4%5917
3/29/2018@ SAN ANTONIO99-103L1L209U37-8543.5%521534-8142.0%5816
4/1/2018@ NEW ORLEANS109-104W1W226.5U41-9543.2%611838-8345.8%5121
4/3/2018GOLDEN STATE107-111L-4.5L222U35-9337.6%671641-8349.4%4513
4/7/2018@ HOUSTON108-102W4W220.5U36-9139.6%571136-7647.4%5217
4/9/2018@ MIAMI115-93W-4.5W213U35-8143.2%52940-8746.0%5415
4/21/2018@ UTAH              
4/23/2018@ UTAH              
UTAH: The Jazz could be challenged to secure a second consecutive playoff berth, which would mean back-to-back postseason appearances for the first time this decade. While the West got deeper, the Jazz lost their lone All-Star in Gordon Hayward and second-leading scorer in George Hill. That means Rodney Hood enters his fourth season on a contract year with much more responsibility on his shoulders. When Hayward and Hill left they took a combined 38.8 points per game with them and the Jazz didn't sign any true scoring threats. Hood, a slick-shooting lefty, has his sights on the most improved player award. Utah will remain one of the best defensive teams in the league with Rudy Gobert as the anchor, but scoring will be difficult.
OKLAHOMA CITY: New arrivals Paul George and Carmelo Anthony will provide the scoring help Russell Westbrook so desperately needed last season. Anthony has been the focal point of the offense throughout his career, and even at 33 years old, he still is an elite scorer. He plans to bring that scorer's mentality to the Thunder, and Westbrook and George say the team needs it. There will be days when Anthony doesn't get the touches he's used to, and how he handles that will largely determine whether Oklahoma City is able to find a rhythm. George and Andre Roberson are elite perimeter stoppers, and Westbrook and Steven Adams are capable defenders. Adams is an emerging force in the paint, and Raymond Felton and Patrick Patterson are critical additions to the bench. The Thunder believe they can contend with Golden State, Houston and San Antonio for Western Conference supremacy.
Secondary players key in Thunder, Jazz series

OKLAHOMA CITY -- The two most pivotal players in the first-round series between Oklahoma City and Utah are the Thunder's Russell Westbrook and the Jazz's Rudy Gobert.

That happens when one is perhaps the most athletic player in the league and regularly gets to the rim against virtually everyone and the other is the 7-foot-1 rim protector.

But Paul George and Donovan Mitchell are very important too, for their teams.

In the Thunder's 116-108 Game 1 win, George was mostly lights-out for Oklahoma City. He hit 8-of-11 from behind the 3-point line and scored 36 points to help lift the Thunder.

Mitchell, one of the leading candidates for Rookie of the Year honors, scored 27 points in his playoff debut, going 11-of-22 from the floor.

Entering Wednesday night's Game 2, both are hobbled.

While both George and Mitchell are officially listed as questionable, George with a hip contusion and Mitchell with a left foot contusion, there's little doubt they will both play even after they were both limited in practice Tuesday.

The question is, though, how effective will either be after suffering their injuries Sunday.

Mitchell brushed off the injury after the game. He initially returned after suffering the injury but came out of the game for good about a minute later.

"I just stubbed my toe," Mitchell said. "Nothing major."

George was hurt driving on Gobert in the second quarter.

"I fell on my left side and from there is just got a little sore on me," George said, adding that it was an aggravation of an injury he suffered March 13 against Atlanta.

Thunder coach Billy Donovan said it would largely be up to George how much he was able to play.

"Paul's a tough guy," Donovan said. "Paul wants to be out there. We're never going to put a player's health at risk in any way. So, I think that's probably going to be a little bit more of his decision on how he's feeling in terms of the way he's moving."

In addition to Mitchell being ready to contribute, the Jazz also need Ricky Rubio to play under control if they are to head back home for Game 3 with a tied series.

The seventh-year guard is making his first playoff appearance and went 5-of-18 from the field, finishing with 13 points.

"Well, some of them were good shots, some of them not," Rubio told the Salt Lake Tribune. "Just have to do a better job on getting involved (with) some of my teammates sometimes. Do a better job of knowing when to shoot and when to pass the ball."

For the Thunder, being able to deal with Utah's tough, hard-nosed defense -- keyed by Gobert -- remains a major point of emphasis.

"I think the word 'physicality' gets used in a way that sometimes people think it's just, like, guys banging into each other," Donovan said. "Some of it is just really getting over screens, legally and physically getting over it, trying to avoid being screened. Some of it is running back in transition and being able to get into spots where you can absorb drives. Some of it is, there's a pick-and-roll and someone's rolling to the basket and being there to provide help."

Last Updated: 4/26/2019 7:47:35 AM EST

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