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High-scoring Jazz to host Grizzlies
SALT LAKE CITY - Lacking a scoring punch has not emerged as a problem for the Utah Jazz early in the season like it has in past seasons.
The Jazz had no trouble scoring baskets in bunches in their first two games. Getting stops has been a more pressing concern for Utah going into Monday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Utah (1-1) allowed both Sacramento and Golden State to shoot better than 50 percent from the floor and allowed 123.5 points per game over those two contests. It ultimately cost the Jazz in a 124-123 loss to the Warriors on Friday. Golden State's MVP duo of Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant combined for 69 points on 55 percent shooting against Utah.MORE
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