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Warriors 129, Jazz 107: Inside the numbers

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Golden State Warriors guard Brandin Podziemski (2) is blocked by Utah Jazz forward Lauri Markkanen (23) and Utah Jazz guard Collin Sexton (2) during a game at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City on Monday, Feb. 12, 2024.

Golden State Warriors guard Brandin Podziemski (2) is blocked by Utah Jazz forward Lauri Markkanen (23) and Utah Jazz guard Collin Sexton (2) during a game at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City on Monday, Feb. 12, 2024.

Marielle Scott, Deseret News

The Utah Jazz lost, 129-107, to the Golden State Warriors on Monday night at the Delta Center.

Here’s a look inside the numbers from the Jazz loss:

Best performance: Stephen Curry not only finished with 25 points, but was also hugely impactful on nearly every play, adding 10 assists and six rebounds to his final stat line.

Worst performance: Taylor Hendricks is very clearly going to have a long way to go to be an impactful NBA player. He struggled on both sides of the floor and finished with zero points.

18: The Jazz committed 18 turnovers, which led to 23 points for the Warriors.

12: The Warriors didn’t have a crazy amount of offensive rebounds, but on their 12 offensive boards they got 23 second-chance points.

26: Klay Thompson was the high-scorer, finishing with a game-high 26 points.

Best of the best: Curry was shooting just 4-of-12 overall through the first three quarters for 10 points, and then scored 15 points on 5-of-7 from deep in the fourth.

Worst of the worst: Hendricks is still in the stages of learning some pretty basic defensive fundamentals and until he gets the hang of it, he’ll foul a lot (he finished with a team-high four) and be out of position often.