Carlos Boozer had 22 points and 12 rebounds, and the Utah Jazz responded one night after their 10-game winning streak ended by beating the Chicago Bulls 97-87 Saturday.

Deron Williams added 15 points and 11 assists, while Ronnie Price scored all of his 10 points in the second half, when the Jazz let a 14-point lead fall to two before pulling away in the fourth quarter.

The Bulls were again without injured starters Ben Gordon, Luol Deng and Kirk Hinrich and were wrapping up a six-game road trip. Despite the long trip and lack of depth, Chicago gave Utah a scare with a strong third quarter.

Thabo Sefolosha scored 22 and Andres Nocioni and Joe Smith added 14 points apiece for the Bulls. Chicago was just 18-for-28 from the foul line and 32-for-78 from the floor.

Kyle Korver and Price added 10 points apiece as the Jazz reserves outscored the Bulls' 31-17.

Utah won its 12th straight at home and is 22-3 in Salt Lake City.

The Jazz lost 117-104 at Sacramento on Friday, ending their winning streak at 10. Williams had nine straight games with a double-double before Friday, when he fell short with only nine assists. But he came back with another on Saturday back at home.

Utah had 25 assists on 35 field goals.

Chicago took a 37-36 lead on Sefolosha's 3-pointer with 7:16 left in the second quarter, but the Bulls didn't score again until Adrian Griffin hit a baseline jumper with 41 seconds left in the period. The Jazz scored 11 points while shutting out the Bulls for almost six minutes and led 49-39 at halftime.

After falling behind by 14, the Bulls rallied to make it close. Nocioni got the Bulls within 67-65 on a jumper late in the third quarter, but Price answered that with a layup, then after a shot clock violation by the Bulls, Price hit a 3-pointer with 1.7 seconds left in the period to give the Jazz a 72-65 lead entering the fourth.

Price opened the fourth quarter with a dunk off a pass from Boozer, then hit a 3-pointer with 9:05 left to put Utah up 81-69. Fans were cheering before Price even let go of his wide-open shot.

Utah led comfortably the rest of the way.

Notes: The Bulls were just 4-for-12 from the line in the first half. ... Utah G Ronnie Brewer didn't play because of a bruised tailbone. ... Jazz F Paul Millsap played with a big bandage over his left eye after getting a cut that needed eight stitches on Friday.