Utah shot 48.8 percent, got at least nine points from all five starters, had double-digit outputs from three reserves and blocked 10 shots.
"Everything felt great, brother. Everything felt great," Jefferson said. "That's the way we've got to play like that, especially on our home floor."
Philadelphia (27-43) finished with a 1-3 record on its four-game road trip out West. But the Jazz were also playing a back-to-back, having lost in Dallas on Sunday, so both teams were physically taxed.
The Jazz simply played like it meant more for them, which it does considering Philly is all but out of the playoff race in the East.
"They just jumped out on us," Sixers forward Thaddeus Young said. "It's the end of the road trip and I think guys are a little bit tired, but that's no excuse for our play tonight."
NOTES: The Jazz hadn't scored 58 points in a first half since hitting for 59 on Jan. 14 in a victory over Miami. Favors finished with a double-double — his sixth of the season — with 13 points and 10 rebounds. He also had three of the Jazz's 10 blocked shots. Utah hadn't won a game in which it held the lead for the entire night since a Feb. 19 win over Golden State.
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