After a tight battle in the first half, the Utah Jazz pulled away in the second and knocked off the Milwaukee Bucks 94-85 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
The win is the fourth straight for Utah (34-36), giving the Jazz their second straight season series sweep over the Bucks (30-40).
The Jazz biggest lead was 17 in the fourth quarter before the Bucks narrowed the margin, but it was too little, too late.
Utah had seven players in double figures, led by Gordon Hayward’s 18 points. Shelvin Mack added 13 points and 12 assists in the win.
Jabari Parker had 19 points on eight for 14 shooting.
The Bucks hit the road for three straight this week, starting with a game at Detroit tonight.