• Print
  • Sign up for E-news
  • RSS Feeds
Game Recap: Warriors at Jazz - 3/17/12
Warriors Force Overtime But Run Out Of Gas In Loss To Jazz
The Warriors came back from a seven-point fourth-quarter deficit to force overtime but eventually ran out of gas in Saturdays 99-92 loss to the Jazz. Nate Robinson helped force the extra period with a team-high 19 points and David Lee added 18 points in the defeat. Klay Thompson sparked the Warriors early with nine of his 17 points in the first period and Dorell Wright logged a double-double. The Warriors will now head home to host the Timberwolves on Monday, and the team will retire Chris Mullins No. 17 during a special halftime ceremony.
RELATED: FULL GAME STORY | BOX SCORE | VIEW PHOTO GALLERY
Related Videos


Game Highlights


Jefferson Finds Lee


Klay's Steal & Scoop


Running Back Bucket


Andrew Bogut Interview

1
2
3
4
OT
F
Warriors
25
26
14
22
5
92
Jazz
18
28
23
18
12
99
Team
GSW
Points
Robinson - 19
Lee - 18
Rebounds
Wright - 10
Two Tied - 7
Assists
Robinson - 4
Jefferson - 3
Steals
Thompson - 3
Two Tied - 2

UTA

Points
Favors - 23
Two Tied - 13

Rebounds
Favors - 17
Kanter - 13

Assists
Harris - 5
Hayward - 4

Steals
Miles - 3
Five Tied - 1
Mark Jackson
On Tonight's Game:
"The frustrating thing is that we had the opportunity to close out the game. We needed one stop and we didnt get it done. Its disappointing. We had an opportunity to win this ballgame up three and we didnt close it out. Situations like that, worst-case scenario there should be a guy forced to take two free-throws. You cant give him the basket and the foul. Better off even letting him go and dunk it. Just a bad play."

On Richard Jefferson's Performance:
"Hell be fine, hes going to be fine. Missed some shots, a little bit out of sync, but hes going to be fine. We are not worried about him. We know exactly who he is."

On Giving Up 65 Rebounds:
"You get five point guards that want to go get the rebound and they wont give up 65 rebounds. We didnt do the job on the boards."


David Lee
On Having A Chance To Win In Regulation:
"We were up three there and then Favors went down the hole and unfortunately he made the bucket and got the foul as well to tie it up. Since Richard (Jefferson) had a mismatch coach designed a play to take him off the dribble and we werent able to score on that. In overtime they had home-court advantage and overwhelmed us. We had a couple plays there, especially the stop that we needed to make being up three with 30 seconds left. We need to be able to make that."


Richard Jefferson
On Tonight's Game:
"They came back, they made some shots, they made some plays at the end of the game. I didnt shoot the ball particularly well. There were some shots that I could have knocked down, but you win them as a team and you lose them as a team. There wasnt one individual play that lost this game, it was a series of them. Even in overtime. They made their first three or four shots. Whatever happens in regulation or however you get there you have to clear your mind and play a fresh five minutes."

On Playing To Win:
"Were professionals. You better want to win. Thats what we are here for. We arent here just to collect a paycheck and have fun. Every night the effort has to be consistent. Then you learn how to win, you learn the plays you need to learn and how to depend on each other and then you carry that into next season."


18-24


22-23


Saturday, March 17, 2012
EnergySolutions Arena Salt Lake City, Utah

vs.

Monday, March 19, 2012 7:30 p.m.
Oracle Arena Oakland, Calif.




TV: CSN Bay Area (HD)
Radio: KNBR 680

FULL GAME PREVIEW





Subscribe