Best and worst from Sixers-Jazz: No answer for Bojan Bogdonavic, dismal shooting, and more from blowout loss
The defeat extended the Sixers’ losing streak to five games. It’s their longest skid since 2017.
SALT LAKE CITY — Here is my look at some of the best and worst performances from the 76ers’ 120-85 loss to the Utah Jazz at Vivint Arena.
Best performance: Bojan Bogdonavic finished with a game-high 27 points while making 5 of 7 three-pointers. He also had six rebounds, two assists, and was a game-best plus-25.
Worst performance: Seth Curry shot 1 for 8 en route to finishing with five points. The Sixers shooting guard missed all seven of his first-half attempts. Curry was a game-worst minus 33.
Best defensive performance: Rudy Gobert matched a season high with four blocks to go with 17 rebounds. The Jazz center also finished with 15 points on 6-for-10 shooting.
Worst statistic: The Sixers couldn’t buy a bucket. They made 33 of 90 shots (36.7%) from the field.
Best statistic: The Jazz were lethal from three-point land. They made 16 of 38 (42.1%) from beyond the arc.
Worst of the worst: This loss extended the Sixers’ losing streak to five games. It’s their longest skid since losing five straight from Dec. 15 to 23, 2017.