The Utah Jazz defeated the San Antonio Spurs, 92-76, in the Utah Summer League at Vivint Smart Home Arena on Monday.

This was a dominating performance for the Jazz, who led by at least 15 points for the entirety of the second half. A 14-2 run to start the second quarter set the tone, as that gave Utah an insurmountable 18-point lead. The Jazz ended up leading by six points after the first quarter, by 17 points at the half and by 25 points heading into the fourth quarter. Rebounding was an advantage for Utah, as they outrebounded San Antonio by a 52-41 margin.
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The Spurs (0-1) only player with more than 10 points was second-year guard Derrick White, who totaled 22 points to go with seven rebounds and six assists. Rookie Chimezie Metu finished with 10 points and seven boards. Amida Brimah amassed nine points and nine rebounds.

Heath Hembree and Hector Velazquez closed it out with a hitless inning each. Velazquez gave up a groundball single to Gleyber Torres in the ninth for New York’s second hit.

New York had won seven consecutive games against left-handed starters and was a major league-best 19-5 against them this season, but Sale had Duane Kuiper Jersey them spinning. The Yankees hit just four balls out of Tom Waddle Womens Jersey the infield against Sale, and he retired his final 16 batters.

Giannis Antetokounmpo is one of the NBA’s most exciting, young players.

Shaun Powell: Best player is Giannis Antetokounmpo by a whisker over Joel Embiid, only because Giannis can play multiple positions. He’ll need to prove he can take the Bucks a bit deeper in the playoffs. A healthy Boston Celtics squad qualifies as the best team, although if the star-hunting Sixers are successful this summer, that could change.

John Schuhmann: Giannis Antetokounmpo and Joel Embiid have the most talent, but in the playoffs, they both got outplayed by the same guy: Al Horford. He doesn’t have the numbers that stand out, but he is the fulcrum on both ends of the floor for what is now the best team in the East. And even with the returns of Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving, he will be the Celtics’ most important player next season, because his skill set remains unique on their roster. Maybe Antetokounmpo and/or Embiid surpass him in the next year, but for now, I’ll go with the guy who just had one heck of a postseason run.