Utah scored 105 points in the first three quarters, and the nets were shot inside.The comparison of shots posted by US media is too painful

The Brooklyn Nets trailed by 21 points, 47-68, at halftime against the Utah Jazz on Sunday.Meanwhile, NBA officials tallied the shot distribution of both teams, and the Nets appeared to be completely overwhelmed.The Jazz scored 105 points in the first three quarters.According to statistics, there was a magical contrast between the two sides’ shots in the first half.The Nets made five of their 16 shots in the first half, while the Jazz made just one.However, through the first half, the Nets shot just 34 percent, 19 of 56, and you can see that from the 3-point line, the Nets shot 8 of 22, while Utah shot 9 of 21.At the rim, however, no one in the Nets seemed to be able to limit the jazz’s wild play in the paint, where the jazz missed just four shots.And embarrassingly, the nets inside in the first half actually missed 12 shots!The team made only 8 of 20 shots, and the numbers are extremely depressing.As a result, the Jazz scored 105 points in the first three quarters, while the Nets scored only 73. The Jazz led by 32 points in the first three quarters alone.Irving shot just 6-of-20 from the field and 3-of-8 from 3-point range in the first three quarters, finishing with 15 points, three rebounds and six assists in 31 minutes.Do you really have to wait for Durant to save the day?

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