LAST TIME OUT
Brandon Rush once again caught fire at Oracle Arena, hitting four 3-pointers on five tries to lead the Warriors to a 93-90 victory over the visiting Kings. Mark Jackson played his second unit for 11 of the 12 minutes in the fourth quarter and saw them hang on despite a late comeback from Sacramento. David Lee finished with 15 points, while Nate Robinson scored 11. FULL GAME RECAP
WARRIORS VS. JAZZ
The Warriors head into Thursday's matchup looking to avenge their 88-87 home loss to the Jazz on January 7. Playing without an injured Stephen Curry in that contest, the Warriors led by four with less than four minutes to go but turnovers and poor execution down the stretch proved costly in one of the toughest defeats of the season. A win would give the Warriors a 3-3 record on their longest homestand of the season, and they will look to do that against a Utah team that will be playing the back end of a back-to-back.
RUSH TO THE RESCUE
After knocking down four 3-pointers in five attempts on Tuesday, Brandon Rush now leads the NBA in 3-point shooting percentage (.593). Over his past seven games, Rush has gone 15-for-19 (.789) from downtown while averaging 11.1 points and 4.6 rebounds in 24.2 minutes per game.
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