(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Peter Ashworth dresses as Abe Lincoln, as he and 60 West High students recited the Gettysburg address at the Jazz game, before the Utah Jazz faced the Golden State Warriors at the EnergySolutions Arena, Monday, November 18, 2013.
FINAL: Golden State 98, Jazz 87
By Steve Luhm
| The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Nov 18 2013 06:29 pm • Last Updated Nov 18 2013 11:38 pm
Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson missed 11 of their first 12 shots.
But you had to know that wouldn’t last forever.
The "Splash Brothers" got it going in the second quarter Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena and never looked back, combining for 39 points in a 98-87 win.
The Jazz looked lifeless in the first half, but got a spark when point guard Diante Garrett was inserted into the game in the third quarter. Garrett had eight points as the Jazz cut a 28-point lead down to 13.
The Warriors finally stopped the bleeding and fought back, pushing the lead to 20.
Jazz guard Ian Clark closed out the game scoring 10 points in four minutes to help make the final score look more respectable as the Jazz fell to 1-11 on the year.
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