Breaking down the Jazz's 40-point road win, their first of the season, thanks to great efforts on both offense and defense. Rodney Hood had 31 points, and the Jazz ran some sneaky plays to get themselves open looks.
Three thoughts on the Knicks winning every loose ball in the fourth quarter (was it effort or luck?), Rodney Hood's 30-point performance, and the Jazz finding some offensive rhythm with unselfish playmaking.
Adry Torres, Associated Press | Posted
Nov 15th - 9:30pm
Tim Hardaway Jr. and the New York Knicks expect opponents to bring a little extra at Madison Square Garden. A few nights after a deflating loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Hardaway made sure the Knicks held home court Wednesday night.