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"I thought our execution was great down the stretch," Mo Williams said. "... We ran our offense and went through progressions. We found the right man and that person made plays."
Off the bench, Marvin Williams, Kanter, Hayward and Evans combined for 49 points on 19-for-29 shooting.
Storylines Balanced effort yields victoryMo Williams scores seven of his 20 points in the final 5:13 and the Jazz defeat Detroit, 103-90.
» Al Jefferson contributes 16 points and 10 rebounds as the Jazz snap a four-game losing streak.
» Backup forward Jeremy Evans finishes with eight points, seven rebounds and a career-high five assists.
Evans scored eight points, grabbed seven rebounds and handed out five assists in one of the best performances of his ever-improving career.
"It goes back to being hungry," he said, "and this being what you want to do to make a living."
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