Washington • The Jazz overcame disastrous starts to both the game and the second half Saturday to rally for their second road win of the season, beating Washington 83-76.
There was nothing convincing about the Jazz's victory, which saw them commit 19 turnovers and shoot only 37.8 percent from the floor against a team that has not yet won a game. But the Jazz, who salvaged a 2-2 record on the four-game road trip, couldn't be picky.
On a night Tyrone Corbin opted to start his "big" lineup, the group was largely ineffective together. But in the third quarter, the Jazz rallied behind 17 points from Al Jefferson, who finished with a game-high 21 points.