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DALLAS β€” The Utah Jazz will try to steal their second game on the road in Game 2 (6:30 p.m. MDT) of the Western Conference first round Monday in Dallas.

The Jazz are coming off a 99-93 win in Game 1 and are now the heavy favorites to make it through to the second round. In fact, some sites down in Las Vegas claim the most-likely end to the series is a Utah sweep over the Mavericks.

Follow here for live reaction, commentary and news throughout the day.

Monday, 11:55 pm

Jalen Brunson becomes latest player to torch Jazz in playoffs

Monday, 11:54 pm

Familiar script dooms Jazz in Game 2 loss to Mavs

Monday, 09:01 pm

Mavericks 3-point shooting too much for the Jazz

Monday, 08:36 pm

Donovan Mitchell soars in for the rebound and put back

Monday, 08:23 pm

Jazz have 4-point lead entering 4th

Monday, 07:39 pm

Jazz go on late run to take 7-point lead into halftime break

Monday, 07:18 pm

Rudy Gobert shows why he's won 3 DPOYs

Monday, 07:09 pm

Jazz-Mavs tied after first quarter

Monday, 07:02 pm

Donovan Mitchell with the moves

Monday, 05:19 pm

Marcus Smart wins Defensive Player of the year; Rudy Gobert finishes 3rd

Monday, 04:59 pm

Jason Kidd rules Luka Doncic out of Game 2

Monday, 02:14 pm

Rudy Gobert had a change in mindset on DPOY award

Monday, 11:57 am

Luka Doncic remains doubtful for Game 2

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Josh is the Sports Director for KSL.com and beat writer of University of Utah athletics β€” primarily football, men’s basketball and gymnastics. He is also an Associated Press Top 25 voter for college football.

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