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NBA Highlights: Lakers vs Jazz | August 4, 2020

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Here are the highlights of the match between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Utah Jazz which was scheduled on August 4, 2020 (Local Time).

With both teams looking for another win and coming from a loss, the Los Angeles Lakers beats the Utah Jazz with the final score of 116-108.

At the start of the first quarter, JaVale McGee and Rudy Gobert were the ones who tipped the ball and it goes to LeBron James’ possession.

The Jazz opens the game with a 7-0 run against the Lakers.

Anthony Davis ended the first quarter with 13 big points.

The second quarter was a tough quarter for both teams as they have trouble in having a big lead against one another.

J.R. Smith of the Lakers scored his first points in the free-throw line as a Laker.

At the start of the third quarter, the Jazz opens it up with two quick three-point shots by Royce O’Neal and Donovan Mitchell. Extending the lead to six at 58-64.

After that swift sequence, the Lakers decided to talk with it and takes a full timeout.

The Lakers then also had a run, but this time they got the lead.

Within the third quarter, Rudy Gobert of the Jazz takes a technical foul. Dion Waiters was the one who shot the technical free throw and hits it.

After that, Tony Bradley enters the game for Rudy Gobert.

The third quarter ended with the score of 86-76 in favor of the Lakers.

The fourth quarter started with JR Smith hitting his first field goal officially as a Laker off an assist by Kyle Kuzma.

The Fil-Am Jordan Clarkson then hits a three-point jumper from an assist of Mike Conley.

Lebron James then answers with a deep three-point jumper.

As the game ended, Anthony Davis of the Lakers ended the game with 42 big points, hitting 4 out of 8 from three-point range and grabbing 12 rebounds.

LeBron James ended the game with a near triple-double performance. “The King” ended the game with 22 points, 9 assists and 8 rebounds.

Donovan Mitchell also went crazy as he scored huge points for his team. He scored 33 points and dished out 4 assists for the game.

The former-Grizzly, Mike Conley also did his job as he ended the game with 24 points.

Their center from France, Rudy Gobert went perfect from the field. Shooting 6 out of 6 and scored 16 points of the game.