The Lakers held off a late Utah rally to defeat the Jazz, 110-99, ending a six-game losing streak.
Marshall, who recently joined the team from the
The Lakers had six players in double figures including
The team shot 51.9% from the field and 41.7% (10-24) from three-point range.
The Lakers (14-19) will host the
The Lakers coasted through the third quarter, pulling back ahead of the Jazz by 16 points.
The Lakers hit 53.3%, including 47.1% from three-point range. Five Lakers were in double figures including
The Lakers kept a double-digit lead over the Utah Jazz by halftime, although the Jazz were able to whittle off six points from the Lakers' advantage.
The Jazz were led by
The Lakers shot 55.3%. Both teams turned the ball over four times in the first half.
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The Jazz struggled, shooting just 6-26 from the field (23.1%).
The Lakers hit 64.7% from the field, leading by as many as 19 in the period.
The Lakers (13-19) have struggled with injuries, resulting in a six-game losing streak. They'll host the Jazz (11-24), a team that recently edged the Lakers, 105-103, in Utah a week ago.
Utah has improved significantly since getting point guard
Kendall Marshall will make his first start for the Lakers, filling in for injured point guards
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