The Warriors have just lost once since March 12, winning 19 of their past 20 matches. That solitary annihilation went ahead April 10 to the Utah Jazz, that same Jazz that'll be at Oracle Arena on Tuesday for Game 1 of the second round. In any case, don't take much from that night. The

The Warriors rested Klay Thompson and, having effectively secured the top seed, constrained the minutes of their different stars. Additionally, there's little evidence to get from Golden State's two wins over Utah this season. The Jazz was missing key pieces both evenings.

Along these lines, more than any of the other West contenders, this postseason matchup touches base with some obscure.

Be that as it may, there's still bounty to dive into ahead of time of Game 1.

Here's a game review.

The basics

Game 1

Tipoff: 7:30 pm. Tuesday, May 2 at Oracle Arena.

TV: ESPN.

Radio: 95.7 The Game & ESPN Radio.

Game 2

Tipoff: Thursday, May 4, 7:30 p.m at Oracle Arena

TV: ESPN;

Radio: 95.7 The Game

Game 3

Tipoff: Saturday, May 6 - 5:30 p.m., at Vivint Smart Home Arena

TV: ABC;

Radio: 95.7 The Game & ESPN Radio

Game 4

Tipoff: Monday, May 8 - 6 p.m., at Vivint Smart Home Arena

TV: TNT;

Radio: 95.7 The Game & ESPN Radio

Game 5 (if required)

Tipoff: Wednesday, May 10 - Time TBD, at Oracle Arena

TV: TNT;

Radio: 95.7 The Game

Game 6 (if required)

Tipoff: Friday, May 12 - Time TBD, at Vivint Smart Home Arena

TV: ESPN;

Radio: 95.7 The Game

Game 7 (if required)

Tipoff: Sunday, May 14 - Time TBD, at Oracle Arena

TV: TBD;

Radio: 95.7 The Game

The records

Warriors: 67-15, No.1 in the Western Conference

Jazz: 51-31, No.

5 in the Western Conference

What have they done lately?

Warriors: The Portland Trail Blazers, despite coming close in multiple games of the series ultimately received a 4-0 sweep at the hands of the Golden State Warriors. It should also note that the Warriors played without Kevin Durant in both games 2 and 3 of this series and also missing pivotal role players Matt Barnes and Shaun Livingston who were injured for the whole series, further showing the depth and dominance of this Warriors team.

Jazz: In what was arguably the most exciting series of the first round the Utah Jazz won game seven at Staples Center against the Los Angeles Clippers to wrap up the series 4-3 and advance to the second round. Blake Griffin was ruled out for the rest of the playoffs with a toe injury in game 3 which arguably shifted the momentum to the Jazz from that point onwards.

Regular season meetings

The Warriors won the regular season series 2-1. On December 9 Golden State beat Utah with a 106-99 victory. Joe Ingles had 21 points and almost willed the Jazz to a 19 point comeback. However, like his other teammates, he seemed to run out of stamina when the game was on the line.

Stephen Curry has 26 points, five rebounds, and two steals. On December 21 at Oracle Arena, the Warriors won 104-74. Curry scored 25 points, and Durant scored a productive 22 points (8 of 14 from the field), but there were other notable contributions, Klay Thompson was great as well 17 points and five rebounds along with his great defense. On April 11, the Jazz held on to beat Golden State 105-99.

Hill scored 20 points along with five assists. Joe Johnson also contributed with 19 points.

What's Next?

The winner of this series will go on ahead to play the winner of the Rockets-Spurs series. The Houston Rockets took a crucial win on the Spurs' homecourt with a 126-99 victory. James Harden led the way for the Rockets with 20 points and 14 assists. While for the Spurs it was Kawhi Leonard that leads all scorers with 21 points.

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