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HORNETS at JAZZ | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | February 22, 2021
The Utah Jazz set a franchise-record 28 3-pointers as they defeated the Charlotte Hornets, 132-110, in Utah. Donovan Mitchell recorded 23 PTS and 8 AST for the Jazz, while Joe Ingles (21 PTS, 7-11 3PM) and Georges Niang (21 PTS, 7-7 3PM) combined for 42 PTS in the victory. LaMelo Ball tallied 21 PTS, 7 REB and 4 AST for the Hornets in the losing effort. The Jazz improve to 25-6 on the season, while the Hornets fall to 14-16.
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