Game 5: Wednesday at AT&T Center
With Deron Williams slowed by a sore foot, the Spurs' Tony Parker went at him early and found Williams unable to stay with him. Parker's 11 first-quarter points to Williams' three left Utah panting.
Utah had talked about having to work the ball inside but repeatedly misfired from distance in the first period.
The Spurs went on a 14-0 run after Williams' 3-pointer with 5 minutes left in the first and pretty much ended Utah's playoff run with about 41 minutes to play.
Game 1: Spurs 108, Jazz 100
Game 2: Spurs 105, Jazz 96
Game 3: Jazz 109, Spurs 83
Game 4: Spurs 91, Jazz 79
Game 5: Spurs 109, Jazz 84
Spurs win series 4-1
- New Rome mayor maintains opposition to 2024...
- Former NBA MVP Derrick Rose traded from Bulls...
- NHL coming to Las Vegas; New team to start...
- Massive crowd engulfs Cleveland, champion...
- Chile beats Colombia 2-0 to return to Copa...
- Ben Simmons, Brandon Ingram and intrigue...
- 24-team Euro 2016 a wacky success
- Nevada gambling regulators to weigh new...
- Never on Sunday: BYU won't compete on... 106
- U. stadium gets bigger scoreboard,... 41
- Utah Jazz to acquire Indiana Pacers PG... 37
- Morning links: ESPN analysts critical... 27
- Utah basketball: Poeltl taken by... 16
- Families grapple with the pressure to... 15
- Brad Rock: Jazz move up playoff... 14
- Jazz GM Dennis Lindsey rebuts rumor... 14