Jazz make it four wins in a row by edging Nets
Utah’s Rudy Gobert forces a shot as Brooklyn’s Brook Lopez tries to hold him down. AP

THE Utah Jazz made it four wins in a row, rallying in the fourth to beat the Nets, 101-89, on Monday in Brooklyn (Tuesday, Manila time).

The game was tied at 70 after three quarters and the Jazz scored the first two baskets in the fourth and held on for their 22nd win in 35 games.

Gordon Hayward scored 30 points, while Rudy Gobert again came up with a double-double with 15 points and 16 rebounds.

Shelvin Mack also scored 15 points, making 7 of 14 field goal attempts, while Rodney Hood matched the output on 6 of 19 shooting.

The Nets absorbed their second straight loss.

Trevor Bookers had 17 points on 6 of 14 shooting, while Brook Lopez shot 6 for 16 and wound up with 14 points for Brooklyn, which suffered its 25th loss in 33 outings.


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