The Utah Jazz fell to the Toronto Raptors 109-100 at Vivint Arena on Friday night, ending their three-game win streak.
The turning point: With the Jazz up by one at halftime, the Raptors scored 36 points in the third quarter to take a seven-point lead into the fourth quarter, and Utah couldn’t mount a comeback.
- Toronto shot well from the field throughout the game, finishing with a mark of 53.5 percent. The Jazz shot 43.8 percent.
- The Raptors finished with 20 assists compared to 11 for Utah.
- Toronto finished with 28 free-throw attempts compared to 24 for the Jazz, although six of those came with the game already all but over.
The hero: Toronto guard DeMar DeRozan scored 37 points and made all 14 of his free-throw attempts. He also had six rebounds and two assists. Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell finished with a team-high 25 points.
Next up: at Houston (7-3), Sunday, Nov. 5, 5 p.m. MT
On deck: vs Philadelphia (5-4), Tuesday, November 7, 7 p.m. MT