Watch Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz Game 2 live stream, live score updates; NBA playoffs 2017 Game 2 of the Jazz and Warriors second-round series is wrapped. Scroll below for highlights, updates and analysis from throughout the night.Gordon Hayward overcame a poor Game 1 and slow start in this one to score 33 points, and Rudy Gobert had 16 points and 16 rebounds before fouling out for a Jazz team missing injured point guard George Hill. He was ruled out earlier in the day because of a sore left big toe.
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS VS. UTAH JAZZ NBA
Date :Saturday, May 6
Time : 8:30P ET
The Warriors take a 2-0 series lead into Saturday as the second-round series against the Jazz shifts to Salt Lake City. With Kevin Durant and Rudy Gobert back at full health, Game 2 eventually swayed in the favor of the Warriors. Game 3 has a must-win feel for the Jazz, else they risk a sweep in front of their home fans in 2 of the Jazz and Warriors second-round series is wrapped. Scroll below for highlights, updates and analysis from throughout the night.
The Golden State Warriors host the Utah Jazz in Game 2 of an NBA Western Conference semifinals series Thursday night at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. ESPN will broadcast the game live at 9:30 p.m. Central (10:30 p.m. Eastern). The Warriors lead the best-of-7 series 1-0 after winning 106-94 in Game 1 on Tuesday. Preview Not even Kevin Durant is spared Draymond Green’s running mouth. No way. With that 7-foot-5 wingspan, might KD be dominant on a volleyball court? “I saw him actually playing volleyball, beach volleyball, in Brazil. He was bad,” Green said matter-of-factly, then grinned, “really bad. Yeah, he was terrible.”Green has taken his trash-talking to another level this postseason along with his defense. They tend to go hand in hand, and he pushes it right to the limit with the referees — to the delight of Durant and the rest of his teammates who are fueled by his ferocity. Green has also blocked a jaw-dropping 19 shots in just five playoff games.
“Hey, K, you told ’em you love my trash talk? Respect, bro!” Green hollered to Durant the other day as KD fired up shots on the court some 15 feet away. “Tell ’em how I was talking to you today. … I locked him up one play.”I think it definitely fuels the team,” Green said. “It just brings that energy, that life, that competitive nature to the game. Already playing with a team full of competitors, not like they need much anyway. But everybody needs that boost every now and then.” Live streaming for Warriors-Jazz Game 2 is available via Watch ESPN.