The San Antonio Spurs record their fourth straight win in five nights as they overcome the Utah Jazz with a 100-84 victory.
The San Antonio Spurs recorded their fourth straight win in five nights as they overcame the Utah Jazz with a 100-84 victory at the EnergySolutions Arena on Saturday.
The victory saw Spurs grab their 13th win against Utah in their last 15 meetings, as Tim Duncan and Tony Parker set about dissecting their opponents with ease.
Duncan contributed 22 points and 12 rebounds in 29 minutes, while Parker scored 15 points and created seven assists for the visitors.
Utah did manage to maintain some form of respect in the way of Trey Burke grabbing 20 points, with Gordon Hayward also impressing with 18 points, five rebounds and five assists for the hosts.
The Jazz will be looking to bounce back when they travel to face the Miami Heat on Monday.
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