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C.J. Miles, Devin Harris lead Jazz past Houston 104-83

Published February 29, 2012 9:05 pm
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C.J. Miles scored a season-high 27 points and Devin Harris added 19 as the Utah Jazz snapped a four-game losing streak with a 104-83 victory over Houston on Wednesday night at EnergySolutions Arena.

The First: Rockets 26, Jazz 18



Devin Harris and Al Jefferson score four points each. The Jazz take an 8-6 lead but then convert only two of their next 13 possessions. The Rockets open a 20-12 lead. Luis Scola finishes with 12 points.

The Second: Jazz 49, Rockets 44

Utah quickly commits its 12th turnover of the game. But C.J. Miles scores seven points during a 17-10 run that gets the Jazz close. It's 40-39 before Harris scores eight points in the final three minutes.

The Third: Jazz 76, Rockets 63

After Kyle Lowry's 3-pointer makes it 49-47, Harris scores five points and assists on a Gordon Hayward dunk during a 9-0 run. The Jazz gradually extend an 11-point lead to 71-56 with 3:53 left.

The Fourth: Jazz 104, Rockets 83

The Jazz own a tenuous 10-point lead against the high-scoring Rockets. But Miles buries a 3-point shot, Jeremy Evans dunks twice and Alec Burks scores twice during a game-deciding 14-5 run.

Box score: bit.ly/zmU3YS

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