The Utah Jazz improve to a preseason record of 5-0 for the first time in franchise history after beating the Los Angeles Clippers in LA. The Clippers had an early lead, but the Jazz took over in the second quarter and never looked back.
The Jazz shot 54 percent and had 3 players with double digit points by the end of game, with Okur, Williams, Elson and Fesenko on the bench.
Blake Griffin had 17 points and 14 rebounds after playing 34 minutes, but spent much of the game in foul trouble.
Othyus Jeffers dunks over Clippers shooting guard Rasual Butler during a 103-91. AP Photo
The Jazz had a few standout performances, most notably from CJ Miles who put up 20 points off the bench and Othyus Jeffers who converted two sloppy passes from the Clips into dunks.
The Jazz will try to improve to 6-0 tonight against the Lakers.
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