The Lakers held off a late Utah rally to defeat the Jazz, 110-99, ending a six-game losing streak.
Kendall Marshall had a career night, notching his first career double-double with career marks in points (20), assists (15) and rebounds (6). His long three-pointer with 45.7 seconds left on the clock ended any chance the Jazz might have at a comeback.
Marshall, who recently joined the team from the NBA Development League, started in place of Steve Nash (back), Steve Blake (elbow), Jordan Farmar (hamstring), Kobe Bryant (knee) and Xavier Henry (knee) at point guard.
Pau Gasol also resurged after a long battle with bronchitis and a sinus infection, scoring 23 points with 17 rebounds. He fell two assists shy of a triple-double.
The Lakers had six players in double figures including Jodie Meeks (18), Nick Young (15), Wesley Johnson (11), Shawne Williams (10), Gasol and Marshall. Johnson returned from a game off with gastroenteritis.
The team shot 51.9% from the field and 41.7% (10-24) from three-point range.
The Lakers coasted through the third quarter, pulling back ahead of the Jazz by 16 points.
Gordon Hayward was Utah's high scorer with 17 points but his team shot just 38.5% from the field.
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.
Pau Gasol led all scorers with 16 points on 8 of 12 shooting along with eight rebounds.
Kendall Marshall dished nine assists in 20 minutes with seven points and four rebounds.
The Jazz were led by Gordon Hayward and Enes Canter, who both had eight points for Utah. As a team, the Jazz shot just 35.6% from the field.
The Lakers shot 55.3%. Both teams turned the ball over four times in the first half.