Salt Lake City – As Jimmer Fredette checked in for the first time in the second quarter, he was greeted with a familiar sound: a thunderous applause. The crowd of Vivint Arena rose and gave the former star to BYU ovations.
And for the rest of Fredett's 14 minutes, these ovations never stopped. he dropped a strong moan each time he missed (which happened a lot on Monday – Fredet finished 1-on-10 on his return to Utah). In the fourth quarter, when Fredet fired for the joy of the crowd, Utah put the final blows on a 125-92 win over the sun. This caused the crowd to explode in a similar fashion, as in the congestion of Rudy Gobert or Donovan Mitchell. Gobert hit him home six times to set a new NBA record for immersion over the season. He has 275 this season. Gobert led Jazz with 27 points and 1
Devin Booker of Phoneix had 59 points on 19-of-34 shooting.
Jazz improves to 44-30 for the season
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