This matchup could be more meaningful for Brooklyn than it is for Utah, as the Nets are three games with the 7th seed and four games with the 6th seed in the Eastern Conference. Utah ushered in a two-game lead over the Dallas Mavericks for the No. 4 spot in the West, as it dominated the New York Knicks on Sunday night.
Can Jazz take down Brooklyn in a row?
The following is odds for this game via WynnBET:
This is the 12th comeback for the Jazz this season, and they have taken a 4-6-1 lead in that position.
There won’t be Kyrie Irving again for the Nets on Monday, but Kevin Durant should have Seth Curry by his side in this game.
Over the past 10 games, the Jazz ranks 11th in the NBA in offensive ratings and fifth in defensive ratings while Brooklyn is fourth in offensive ratings and 22nd in defensive ratings over the same time period. there.
Kevin Durant will have to carry the Nets in this game, but he’s been playing superbly lately, averaging 30.0 points per game since returning to the squad from injury.
I think the Nets are very dangerous with Durant, they are also leading 726-1 at home this season. I will join the Jazz to leave with a win on Monday.
Lean: Jazz Moneyline (-110)
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