Wizards Foye dunks against the Pistons in Washington
Washington Wizards Randy Foye dunks against the Detroit Pistons during the third period at the Verizon Center in Washington on January 12, 2010. UPI/Alexis C. Glenn
Al Jefferson helped keep Utah's playoff hopes alive Monday, netting 22 points and grabbing eight rebounds for the Jazz in their 96-80 win over Minnesota.
Al Jefferson equaled the best performance of his career Friday in launching Utah to a key 107-100 victory over Minnesota.
Randy Foye led a contingent of three Utah players with at least 20 points Saturday, pushing the Jazz to a fourth straight win, 116-107 over Brooklyn.
The 50 combined points from Gordon Hayward and Al Jefferson Wednesday pushed Utah past Phoenix 103-88 and kept the Jazz close in the playoff chase.
Randy Foye and Gordon Hayward combined for 32 points Monday, propelling the Utah Jazz to a 107-91 victory over Philadelphia.
Paul Pierce scored 26 points and Courtney Lee provided the game-clinching free throws in overtime Monday, lifting the Boston Celtics over Utah 110-107.
Utah had seven players in double figures Tuesday and knocked off the Golden State Warriors 115-101.
Utah's Paul Milsap provided 21 points and Al Jefferson contributed 20 more Wednesday to help the Jazz hold off Minnesota and log a 97-93 victory.
Randy Foye scored six of his 20 points in overtime Monday and the Utah Jazz outlasted Sacramento 98-91.
Portland's Damian Lillard pumped in 23 points to go with eight assists Saturday, boosting the Trail Blazers to a 105-99 win over Utah.