A hot-shooting Utah Jazz team shot the lights out at Fiserv Forum Friday night in defeating the Milwaukee Bucks 131-118. The Bucks could not stop the Jazz from draining three-pointers all night long as Utah hit 25 out of 53 attempts for an impressive 47 percent.
Milwaukee scored the first five points in the game only to see Utah go on a 23-9 run to take control of the game. The Bucks were able to tie the game a few times in the first half but never were able to get over the hump in the second half.
Utah was led by Donovan Mitchell with 32 points and Jordan Clarkson who scored 23 of his 26 points in the first half.
Giannis Antetokounmpo finished with 35 points and Kris Middleton added 31 for Milwaukee (5-4), but it was not enough as the Bucks' bench could manage only 12 points.