By Emre Asikci
ISTANBUL (AA) - The Utah Jazz beat the Denver Nuggets with a 125-102 score on Sunday, ending their four-game losing streak.
Utah led after a 15-2 run spanning the first and second quarters and made a 13-point lead in the third.
Denver rallied to get an 81-80 lead on Will Barton's three-point play but Utah carried a 91-88 lead into the fourth quarter.
Rudy Gobert, who missed the previous five games after testing positive for COVID-19, inspired the Jazz for the away win, posting a double-double.
The French center finished with 18 points and 19 rebounds at Ball Arena.
Donovan Mitchell produced 31 points to help his team end a four-game skid.
Jordan Clarkson came off the bench to add 16 points and six points.
For the losing side, Serbian center Nikola Jokic notched a triple-double.
Jokic played with 25 points, 15 rebounds, and 14 assists.
Also, Monte Morris and Nah'Shon Hyland scored 13 points each.
Utah Jazz have a 29-14 win/loss record this season.
- Phoenix Suns win their 3rd straight NBA game
The Phoenix Suns claimed their third straight NBA game, defeating Detroit Pistons 135-108 at Little Caesars Arena.
Devin Booker led the Suns to victory with 30 points while Cameron Payne and JaVale McGeeach added 20 points each.
For the Pistons, Cory Joseph and Cade Cunningham finished with 21 points.
Phoenix Suns are currently in the first spot with a 33-9 win/loss record in the Western Conference.
Detroit Pistons-Phoenix Suns: 108-135
Sacramento Kings-Houston Rockets: 112-118
Minnesota Timberwolves-Golden State Warriors: 119-99
Denver Nuggets-Utah Jazz: 102-125