Anthony Davis posts triple-double with 10 blocks vs. Jazz

Doug Mendoza
March 12, 2018

That's when something flipped for Donovan Mitchell, who had been invisible up to that point.

Attacking the boards: Utah outrebounded New Orleans, 55-38. He sat out Friday night against Washington, which handed the Pelicans their first loss in 11 games.

The Brow did it with a huge stat line as he finished with 25 points, 11 rebounds, 10 blocks, and added three assists, and three steals across his name.

Jrue Holiday added 18 points and 10 assists, Ian Clark scored 14, Darius Miller and Emeka Okafor had 11 each and E'Twaun Moore scored 10.

Jonas Valanciunas had 17 points and nine rebounds to top seven double-figure scorers for the eastern conference leading Raptors, who have won eight in a row.

Without Favors, the Jazz struggled to produce points in the second unit.

Anthony Davis posts triple-double with 10 blocks vs. Jazz

One of Mitchell's teammates finally scored when Jae Crowder made a 3-pointer and Gobert scored five points, as Utah increased its lead to 91-80. His highlights during that surge included a stumbling reverse layup past Davis as he was fouled by Holiday, which he converted for a three-point play.

New Orleans still had hope after E'Twaun Moore's transition layup as he was fouled pulled the Pelicans to 104-97 with 3:10 left, but New Orleans managed only two more points as Utah pulled away. Derrick Favors had three fouls before six minutes were up, and Ekpe Udoh, taking on backup center minutes, had three fouls in a two-and-a-half minute span by early in the second quarter.

In seven games without Davis this season, the Pelicans are just 3-4.

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