The Thunder took down the Jazz for the second time in less than a week last night. The Thunder were aggressive early, jumping out to a 16-4 lead midway through the 1st quarter before the Jazz were able to find their footing. From that point on however, the Thunder proved to be too much at both ends of the court. The Thunder were able to match the Jazz interior point production, neutralizing Utah's normal game advantage. On the perimeter, the Jazz guards could not keep pace with Russell Westbrook, James Harden, or Kevin Durant, and by midway through the 3rd quarter it became evident that Utah did not have the energy to make the game competitive.