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Jazz rookie forward Taylor Hendricks Buries Corner Three Against Warriors.

SportsJazz rookie forward Taylor Hendricks Buries Corner Three Against Warriors.

Jazz rookie forward Taylor Hendricks connected on back-to-back three-pointers during the second half of Utah’s game against the Golden State Warriors.

Taylor Hendricks drains threes vs. Warriors
The Warriors hosted the Jazz at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California on Sunday, April 7.

With 7:09 left to play in the third quarter, the UCF product drained a 27-foot shot to cut Golden State’s lead to 81-63. Less than a minute later, Hendricks buried another shot from beyond the arc to make it an 83-66 contest.

During his first 20 minutes on the court, Hendricks scored 10 points on 3-5 shooting from downtown. He also posted one rebound, two assists, and one block.

This season, the UCF product is averaging 7.2 points per contest on 44.3 percent shooting, including 36.6 percent from beyond the arc.

Utah’s game against Golden State is broadcast on KJZZ, Jazz+, NBA League Pass, KSL Sports Zone (97.5 FM), KSLSports.com, and the KSL Sports app.

Utah’s last victory came against the Atlanta Hawks at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City on March 15. The Jazz haven’t won a game away from home since before the trade deadline when they defeated the Charlotte Hornets on January 27.

Utah entered the game vs. Golden State with a 29-49 record, including 9-29 away from the Delta Center.
Jonathan Kuminga says he isn’t concerned about starting for the Golden State Warriors or coming off the bench.

So long as they’re winning basketball games — like the one they won Sunday at Chase Center.

“I’m always more concerned about going in there and impacting wins,” the 21-year-old forward said after returning as a reserve from bilateral knee tendinitis. “Because a win is a win at the end of the day.

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