Golden State's Steph Curry has18 points, more than twice as many as any Utah player, as the Jazz trail the Golden State Warriors 49-37 at the half.
Al Jefferson and Randy Foye are the leading scorers for the Jazz, with eight points apiece.
The Jazz have had some chippy plays down low. Jarret Jack and Derrick Favors each received a technical after Jacks had a scuffle with Enes Canter under the basket.
The Jazz have 20 points in the paint and Golden State is 7 for 9 from beyond the arc.
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