The two teams have split their two games this season. Westbrook shot 6 of 24 from the field when the Jazz won. He scored 38 points and hit the game-deciding shot when the Thunder won.
"Obviously Russell makes them go," Jazz coach Quin Snyder said. "But they've gotten better. [Alex] Abrines is shooting the ball well, and they've added shooting. They have guys. Russell isn't averaging 10 assists for nothing. They are the best rebounding team in the league."
Despite two consecutive wins to start the second half of the season, the Jazz were in a reflective mood Tuesday morning.
They beat the Washington Wizards on Sunday afternoon but turned over the ball 24 times. Utah knows that isn't going to fly if it wants to beat a Thunder team that's riding a three-game winning streak.
"It's something we absolutely have to clean up," Hayward said. "There is no way we can turn the ball over that many times and have success."
Utah enters Tuesday night with a 37-22 record, which is good for the fourth spot in the Western Conference. The Jazz lead the Los Angeles Clippers by one game in the fight for home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs.