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Lakers-Jazz Game 3: Jazz Trust Selves, Lakers Don’t in Game 3 Jazz Win

Published by on April 24, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

At any level of competition, basketball is all about trust. How well do you trust yourself, your teammates, your system? Despite having superior talent, the Los Angeles Lakers didn’t trust their offense, while the Utah Jazz trusted their bench and their two main superstars. That difference in belief was the reason behind Utah’s 88-86 game three victory over Los Angeles.


The Lakers trusted their triangle offense for a three-minute stretch early in the first quarter, another six-minute stretch midway through the third, and briefly late in the fourth. The rest of the game devolved into a series of my-turn, your-turn possessions with Kobe Bryant—5-24 FG, 1-4 3FG, 18 PTS—being the main culprit...

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