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The Utah Jazz tasted victory for just the second time this season, beating the Chicago Bulls 89-83 in overtime Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena.

All five Jazz starters scored in double figures, led by forwards Marvin Williams' 17.

In the first regular season home game of his career, rookie point guard Trey Burke scored 14 points and dished out six assists.

Chicago got 26 points from former Jazz man Carlos Boozer the day the Bulls received word that point guard Derrick Rose would be miss the remainder of the team's season with a knee injury.

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