Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr offered quite a compliment for the Utah Jazz after they annihilated his team, 127-108, at Vivint Smart House Arena on Sunday. According to the multi-titled tactician, the Quinn Snyder-mentored team significantly advises him of the Dubs’ own championship system a few seasons ago.

” They’re where we were 3-4 years back,” Kerr explained the Jazz post-game, via Connor Letourneau of The San Francisco Chronicle.

” They have actually benefited a long period of time. The continuity is obvious immediately. They all know each other so well. They execute their stuff beautifully,” he included.

Steve Kerr’s words are certainly one of the highest applauds any team can get. After all, that Warriors dynasty was genuinely unstoppable at its peak and the way they played transformed the video game today.

On Sunday, Utah certainly reminded Kerr of his old squad with their smooth and high-octane offense. 6 Jazz gamers scored in double-figures, once again led by the luster of Donovan Mitchell who had 23 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists, and one take in 30 minutes. Allure’s All-Star guard drained 9 of his 18 shots and went 3-for-8 from downtown.

The Jazz even beat the Warriors at their own game, as they made 20 of their 50 total attempts from past the arc for an excellent 40 percent clip. Utah is now the hottest team in the league, winning their last eight consecutive video games. The win moved them to third place in the Western Conference with a 12-4 slate. Steve Kerr’s current Warriors ensemble, on the other hand, hasn’t had the exact same fortunes as of late, dropping their last 2 contests for an even 8-8 record.

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