The Nuggets are looking to tie their first-round playoff streak against the Jazz on Sunday after scoring 87 points at the season low in Game 3 in a 37-point beating. The Jazz, who lead the series 2-1, have won the last two games by an average margin of 28 points after losing the first game of the series in overtime. They don’t quite dominate to that extent after the first three quarters of Game 4, but they have a comfortable lead before Game 4.Utah relied on their 3-point shots to take command of this series, knocking down 54 of them in three games. Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley paved the way for Jazz. Conley scored 27 points and converted a career-high 7 of 8 trebles in Game 3 after missing the first two games of this series for the birth of his child. Mitchell averaged 35.7 points on 56.7% shots, including a 57-point explosion in Utah’s loss in Game 1. CBS Sports will be with you along the way, providing you with news, updates, highlights and expert analysis.
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