The last time the Utah Jazz stepped on the hardwood, the result was disappointing. They were supposed to beat New Orleans Pelicans under reconstruction. Instead, they were trampled by a final count of 124-90.

There is no sense in dwelling in the past. The Jazz (39-23) will face the Oklahoma City Thunder in tonight’s game. the Thunder (20-43) should be an easy outing for Jazzmen. Still, Salt Lake City fans shouldn’t come forward. That’s also what we said about the Pelicans.

Utah Jazz vs Oklahoma City Thunder odds tonight

According to WynnBet, the Jazz are the 13-point favorites to win this game and the -900-point favorites on the silver line. The Thunder are +600 money line underdogs.

The over/under is currently set at 223.0 points.

Utah Jazz Injury Report

Mike Conley should rest for this contest. Juancho Hernangomez, for what it’s worth, is also listed as questionable.

Utah Jazz starting lineup

In Conley’s absence, look for the Jazz to field a starting lineup of Donovan Mitchell, Jordan Clarkson, Bojan Bogdanovic, Royce O’Neale and Rudy Gobert.

Utah Jazz vs Oklahoma City Thunder Prediction

The Jazz were disappointing in their last contest. It would still be a mistake to expect the same result in tonight’s action.

The Pelicans are a more competitive group than the Thunder. They acquired CJ McCollum at the trade deadline, indicating their intention to compete.

The Thunder have not declared such an intention. Between Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and rookie sensation Josh Giddey, this team has a lot of upside. They also tank quite blatantly.

That’s about the only reason we have to predict a Utah Jazz win tonight.

Prediction: Jazz 120, Thunder 106

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Utah Jazz vs. Oklahoma City Thunder TV Channel

The Jazz-Thunder game will air on AT&T SportsNet in Utah and on Bally Sports in Oklahoma. The denunciation is at 8:00 p.m. MT.

Utah Jazz schedule and next game

After this game, the Jazz will face the Dallas Mavericks tomorrow night at the end of a consecutive game

They will face the Portland Trail Blazers on March 9 and the San Antonio Spurs on March 11.