The former MA governor was in attendance for Game 4 between the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder. Given the way Utah has been clicking of late and the fact that the Thunder is in desperation mode, this one likely gets pushed over the total.
After falling behind 30-24 after the first quarter, the Jazz rallied back to take a 17-point lead entering the final period. Westbrook didn't attempt a shot after missing a three-pointer with 3:12 remaining in the third quarter. Westbrook battled foul trouble, however, picking up four fouls in the first half.
The poor shooting trend would continue as the Thunder would finish the game shooting 39.3 percent as a team, and the Jazz only barely raised their field goal percentage to 45.1 percent.
In the series, as Donovan alluded, the Thunder has suffered on the glass by allowing the Jazz to win the battle on the glass by six rebounds per game, which has led to 16.5 second chance points per game. Both teams picked up two technical fouls before halftime.
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New Orleans' Rajon Rondo and Philadelphia's Ben Simmons are among the point guards whose play has lifted their teams. "Let's get past that". The Jazz pulled away at the start of the second half.
"It wasn't about me or him", he said. After the game, the Thunder star wanted to make things clear that the game wasn't about him and Rubio.
After averaging a career-high 13.1 points per game during the regular season, Rubio has found another level in the playoffs. "Too comfortable. But I'm going to shut that off next game, though".
Monday night's loss in Utah included some heated moments between the two squads and could lead to a suspension for star point guard Russell Westbrook.