On February 24, 2020, at 9:00 pm ET Utah Jazz and Phoenix Suns match in the stadium Vivint Smart Home Arena Salt Lake City Utah. Two representatives of one Western Conference, but of different divisions: Utah Jazz representative Northwest Division, and Phoenix Suns representative Pacific Division.

Phoenix Suns

At this time Phoenix Suns is outside the playoff zone in the Western conference with 13 21.0 games behind. The Pacific Division Phoenix took the 4th position. Wards Monty Williams has to his credit 23 wins and 34 losses. Suns of the last 10 games won 3. In his last fight team won. The guys are not too confident carried away / road games: 12 wins and 16 defeats in a season. As part of the game Western conference team under the leadership of Monty Williams has won 13 matches out of 37. On average, according to statistics of the current season of the regular season Phoenix Suns throws 11 balls and misses 113.5.


Utah Jazz

At the moment, Utah Jazz is located in the playoff zone 5 Western conference with 2.5 games behind. The Northwest Division Utah over 2 position. Wards Quin Snyder has to his credit 36 ​​wins and 20 losses. From the last 10 games Jazz won 4. At the same time, the team lost the last 2 matches in a row. According to statistics, team home matches this season, won 20 and lost 7 matches. As part of the Western conference games a team led by Quin Snyder won 21 matches out of 36. On average, according to statistics of the current Utah Jazz season, regular season throws 20 balls and misses 107.5.

Computer Picks

  • PHX Suns +8 Point Spread -110
  • Over 223.5 Game Totals -110

Injuries

  • Phoenix Suns: Frank Kaminsky
  • Utah Jazz: No Injuries

Betting Tips Statistic

Of the last 10 games, Phoenix Suns has 3 wins

Utah Jazz won 0.643% of the games this season

Phoenix Suns has 4th place in its conference

Phoenix Suns vs Utah Jazz Prediction

The Suns have been struggling with injuries all season, but they’re slowly getting healthy again with players like Saric, Ayton and Baynes returning to the court. The Jazz have been one of the streakiest teams all season and they’re currently in a little low on confidence after dropping their last two games. I’m keen to see the Suns improve now that they have their troops back, but there will still be some growing pains so I’m sticking with the Jazz to get the win and cover at home where they’ve won 20 of 27 games so far.