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The Jazz emphatically ended their three-game losing streak Wednesday night. Here are the highlights.

• Six Jazz players scored in double figures, led by two bench men. Gordon Hayward scored 17 for Utah, followed by Enes Kanter, who scored 15.

• Utah's bench outscored Minnesota's bench, 53-27.

• The Jazz held Minnesota to 35 percent shooting from the floor.

• The Jazz dominated the points-in-the-paint battle. Utah scored 56 points to Minnesota's 36.

• The Jazz trailed after the first quarter for the 12th time in the last 13 games. They ended up winning by 22 points.

• Enes Kanter had the play of the night with a steal and coast-to-coast slam dunk.

• This game was Andrei Kirilenko's first in Salt Lake City as a member of a team other than the Jazz. He was given a standing ovation during pregame introductions.

Landon Hemsley is the sports content manager for DeseretNews.com. Email: [email protected]. Twitter: @EarlOfHemsley