NBA Game Summary - Golden State at Utah
(Wednesday, April 19th)
Final Score: Utah 105, Golden State 102
Salt Lake City, UT (Sports Network) - Carlos Boozer had 26 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Utah Jazz to a season-ending 105-102 win over the Golden State Warriors at the Delta Center.
Mehmet Okur and C.J. Miles had 23 points each for the Jazz, who ended their season 41-41. Deron Williams had 12 points and 13 assist for Utah, which had lost its previous two contests.
Monta Ellis had 27 points, eight rebounds and six assists for the Warriors, who had a four-game win streak halted. Derek Fisher and Ike Diogu had 20 points each for Golden State, which ended the year 34-48 after a 14-9 start to the season.
The Warriors started out this game strong, grabbing a 36-27 lead after 12 minutes of play. Utah drew within 54-48 by halftime and then turned it on in the second half.
The Jazz outscored the Warriors 29-23 in the third quarter to tie the contest at 77-77 going into the fourth.
With 38 seconds left in the game, Okur gave the Jazz the lead for good, 99-97, when he drained a three-pointer. Miles added two free throws 15 seconds later and Golden State never had possession of the ball with a chance to tie or take the lead the rest of the way.
Mike Dunleavy ended with 15 points for the Warriors, who dropped the season series to Utah 3-1.
The home team has won 10 of the last 15 meetings in this series...The Jazz ended their home schedule 22-19...Golden State went 13-28 on the road in 2005-06 season.
04/20 00:02:20 ET