The Suns vs Jazz Scrimmage is one of the four restart games today. Here we look at the match preview, team news and live streaming details.
The NBA Scrimmage games are in full swing, with all teams getting a feel for the Orlando courts ahead of the NBA Bubble restart. Teams are testing combinations and helping their players get some important match minutes under their belt, so as to be in good touch for the ‘seeding’ games.
The final match today will see the high flying Utah Jazz take on the Phoenix Suns. Utah Jazz has been playing quite well this season. All eyes will be on their all-star duo when they take the court this evening. The game will began at 8:00 PM EST.
The Jazz and Suns would be itching to get onto the court after a 4 month gap from the sport. However, they would want to avoid any unnecessary injuries as the business end of the league is just round the corner.
Where to watch Suns vs Jazz Scrimmage on TV and Online?
Fans can watch the Bucks vs Spurs Scrimmage on NBA TV with the help of their NBA League Pass. NBA TV is available, both on the NBA website and the mobile app.
If you are looking to buy the league pass to access NBA TV, do look into the free trial schemes that NBA offers in your country.
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— Phoenix Suns (@Suns) July 23, 2020
AT&T SportsNet will stream all the scrimmage matches involving the Jazz. The match can also be watched live on Fox Sports in USA.
Suns vs Jazz Scrimmage Team News
The Jazz will miss Bogdanovic in Orlando. He was one of the most essential players in their lineup. What would be interesting to see is how Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert’s on-field relationship pans out after reports of their relationship having been fractured.
Jazz available roster: Tony Bradley, Jordan Clarkson, Brantley, Mike Conley, Ed Davis, Rudy Gobert, Joe Ingles, Donovan Mitchell, Juwan Morgan, Georges Niang, Royce O’Neale, Miye Oni, Rayjon Tucker, Justin Wright
The Suns have had a rather disappointing season, but would be hoping that they can end the season on a high and maybe make a late surge for a playoff spot.
However, with Kelly Oubre Jr out of the NBA bubble, it would be interesting to see how the Devon Booker led franchise approach things.
Suns available roster: Mikal Bridges, Jevon Carter, Cheick Diallo, Ty Jerome, Cameron Johnson, Frank Kaminsky, Payne, Ricky Rubio, Dario Saric, Devon Booker.
What to expect from both the teams heading into the restart?
The Utah Jazz has been embroiled in controversy during the lockdown. Their all-stars haven’t seen eye-to-eye for some time now. The franchise will hope that Gobert and Mitchell can keep their differences aside and make a deep playoff run inside the bubble.
Mitchell leads the side in points and steals per game while Gobert leads the team in rebounds and blocks per game. Gobert is also vying for the DPOY.
The Phoenix Suns have been dismal this season, but Devon Booker has been a shining light in their campaign. However, he will need play out of his skin in the Bubble, for the Suns to have any chance of making it to the playoffs.
As far as this game goes, it looks like Jazz should have it in the bag. However, as it is a Scrimmage game, both teams could give a good enough run to their reserves as well, thus the result could go either way.
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