SALT LAKE CITY, March 18 (UPI) --
Derrick Favors' 23 points and 17 rebounds Saturday sparked the Utah Jazz to a 99-92 overtime victory over the Golden State Warriors.
Favors' 3-point play in the final minute of regulation produced an 87-87 tie. He followed that with a block of Nate Robinson's drive with 7.9 seconds left to send the game to overtime.
The Jazz then heated up in the extra frame, outscoring Golden State 12-5 to wrap up their fifth straight home win.
Also scoring in double figures were Jamal Tinsley and Paul Millsap with 13 points each. Devin Harris and Gordon Hayward popped in 12 apiece.
Robinson scored 19 points, David Lee added 18 and Klay Thompson had 17 for the Warriors.
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