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How much are Clippers vs Jazz Playoff Tickets.
Clippers vs. Jazz Playoff Tickets for the NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals begin at just $35.00 per ticket. 200 Level Tickets start at $62.00 per seat. Lower Level seats start at $147.00 per ticket.
Clippers - Jazz Game Staples Center Seating.
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Clippers vs Jazz Regular Season.
The Jazz are one of the few teams in the league against which the Clippers have at least 40 winning percentage. But that is because the Clippers were bad for so long that they will need years and years of success to improve their record against other teams.
For the record, the all-time score between these two Western Conference teams is 100 to 77 in favor of the the Utah Jazz.
The Pacific Division Los Angeles Clippers and the Northwest Division Utah Jazz met four times during the regular 2016 - 2017 NBA season.
The first meeting was on October 30, 2016, at the Los Angeles Staples Center. Los Angeles was able to take the first game 88 - 75 with Austin Rivers scoring 19 points followed by Black Griffin adding eighteen points and ten rebounds.
Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah played host to their second meeting of the regular season on February 13, 2017. With twenty-six points and ten rebounds Blake Griffin lead all Clippers in the 88 - 72 defeat of the Utah Jazz. DeAndre Jordan added 10 points and thirteen rebounds.
Utah sat on top of the Northwest Division with a 42 - 25 record for the teams third meeting against the Clippers on March 13, 2017. With their home court fans cheering at the Vivint Smart Home Arena the Utah Jazz was able to put away the Clippers 114 - 108. Utah's Gordon Howard led the team with twenty-seven points and three rebounds.
The final meeting between both teams on March 25, 2017, saw the Clippers a half a point behind Utah in the Western Conference Standings. While both teams clinched playoff births, both were fighting for NBA Western Conference Quarterfinals home court advantage. Behind twenty-eight points from Jamal Crawford and fifteen rebounds from DeAndre Jordan, the Clippers defeated the Jazz at the Staples Center 108 - 95.
Clippers vs Jazz Playoff Matchup.
The Clippers and the Jazz will be one of the most intriguing matchups in the first round of the playoffs. The Jazz was widely expected to make the playoffs this year after barely missing last year, but nobody expected Utah to go as high as they did. With the Jazz finally healthy at the end of the season, they look like they have the weapons to compete and advance further than the first round.
The biggest challenge for Utah is not something the Clippers can do. The problem is their lineup. Due to injuries, the Jazz has had just 13 games with their preferred starting lineup. But Utah made a living this season of winning with resiliency and fighting off against any adversary. Can they do it in the playoffs as well? This will be the first time Hayward, Favors, Gobert and all the young guys play in the playoffs. Yes, they have George Hill and Joe Johnson for some experience, but will that be enough?
The biggest challenge for the Clippers in the past few years has been the same. It all comes down to their bench. The starters are nearly perfect, but when Doc Rivers sits his starters, and the bench unit comes in, things get shaky. Aside from Jamal Crawford, the Clippers lack a consistent scorer off the bench. Yes, Austin Rivers is averaging 12 points per game, and Raymond Felton has been a great backup point guard, but there are still lingering questions. The good news is that against a Utah team, that should be enough.
The Clippers lack a great wing that can go head-to-head with Gordon Hayward. And as good as George Hill has been, he is nowhere near the level of Chris Paul. Therefore, the individual matchup will go at the center position. Rudy Gobert versus DeAndre Jordan should be a joy to watch. None of them is much of an offensive weapon aside from alley-ops and putback dunks. So, who will be able to box out the other, and who can defend the post better?
When you look at the Jazz roster, there are so many wild cards. So many players that can go off on a given night. Rodney Hood, Dante Exum, Joe Ingles, and Shelvin Mack are just some of the players. And then you have veterans like Joe Johnson and Boris Diaw. But we must say Rodney Hood is the one to pay attention to. The shooting guard can go off for 12-15 points quickly. On the Clippers side, it comes back to their bench, most notably Austin Rivers. He is expected to keep the offense flowing once CP3 sits. Don't miss one of the most anticipated games on the schedule get your Clippers - Jazz tickets 2017 today.
The Utah Jazz were 28-12 at the Vivint Smart Home Arena this season and 22-19 on the road. The Jazz are 7-3 in their last ten games. The Los Angeles Clippers are 8-2 in their last ten games and 22-19 at the Los Angeles Staples Center. On the road the Clippers are 22-19.
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