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An NBA no-hitter? Jazz got pretty close in win over Spurs – KSL.com

There’s probably no true equivalent to pitching a no-hitter in the world of basketball, but it sure felt like the Utah Jazz got awfully close.

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SALT LAKE CITY The smile on Trent Forrest’s face kept growing as the question was asked.
“How many defenders have you played with that can stop on a two-on-one fast break by standing in the paint and looking at people?”
Forrest’s answer: “Not many at all.”
If there was one play that summed up Utah’s early defensive dominance in its 110-99 win over the San Antonio Spurs at Vivint Arena, it was Rudy Gobert’s transition stopping presence in the middle of the first quarter.
A rare San Antonio fast-break…

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