Tim Legler breaks down the critical mistakes the Utah Jazz made when trying to defend James Harden in the Houston Rockets’ Game 5 win.

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7 replies
  1. Tariq Ansari
    Tariq Ansari says:

    The defense was working fine because Harden literally refuses to take a mid range shot. Harden scored mostly in transition or broken plays. If Utah had guys that can actually score they would’ve easily won the last 3 games

  2. John Marston
    John Marston says:

    What!? They guarded him PERFECTLY last night, problem was D. Mitchell, he couldn’t hit water from the boat and made late blunders to add insult to the wound. Also, Joe Ingles is dud, totally useless.


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