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Utah Jazz embarrassed by Spurs in Game 2 blowout

In textbook trouncing, Spurs push humiliated Jazz into an 0-2 hole.

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IN SHORT » The Jazz are embarrassed 114-83 in a Game 2 loss to San Antonio.

KEY MOMENT » After pulling within 31-26 midway through the second quarter, the Jazz are outscored 43-14.

KEY STAT » Utah shoots just 34.4% from the field; the Spurs hit 57.3% of their field goals.

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