NBA / donovan mitchell

IMAGE SOURCE The Utah Jazz won 115-99 in the Utah Vivend Smart Home Arena 2018-2019 NBA regular season game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Utah jazz won against the cavalier and recorded their 6th Consecutive Winning. Donovan Mitchell scored 24 points, 2 rebounds and 4 assists to lead the team to victory. Rudy Gobert also scored 19 points and 15 rebounds to double-double to secure a victory. Royce O'Neale also scored 16 points and 11 rebounds. Rodney Hood and Alec Burks, who played against their home team for a long time, scored six goals and scored four goals each. Cleveland had 10 points and 2 rebounds for Matthew Dellavadova, but the other players lost a few scoring points. At the beginning of the game, both teams fought hard. Utah continued to play seesaw games in mid-1Q Mitchell and Kyle Korver scored in a 16-11 lead. However, Cleveland followed Delaware with three points and Cameron Payne scored a free-throw goal. With one minute left in the quarter, Utah scored again with Joe Ingles, Jae Crowder and Kyle Korver scoring three consecutive points. Utah ended the first quarter with a 29-20 lead. For the second quarter, Utah added even more points. With the start of the quarter, Utah was scored double-digit for Grayson Allen's three-point shot and Derrick Favors free-throw goal. Since then, Utah has been a big winner thanks to Mitchell. In the middle of the quarter, Mitchell scored 11 runs in a row and Utah ran to 52-32. Utah, who did not give the opponent a flow afterwards, ended the first half with a 61-37 lead. In the third quarter, the same economic situation continued. In the quarter, Utah's O'Neale and Gobert scored in the 77-46 lead to ease the lead. In the third quarter, the Cleveland side failed to narrow the gap by failing to find a clear solution in the air. Afterwards, Utah ended the lead in the third quarter with 93-60 without releasing the tension. Garbage time has continued since the fourth quarter. Cleveland started the scoring with Jordan Clarkson and Ante Žižić scoring, but failed to reduce the already big margin. Three minutes after the end of the game, Utah 's coach Quin Snyder ended the game with a call to the main players and a team of bench players.