The Philadelphia 76ers beat the Utah Jazz, 99-93 on Friday night. Jrue Holiday had a game-high 26 points and seven assists, and the 76ers won at home for the first time since their home opener.Get More NBA Video
The 76ers looked to end their two-game skid as they hosted the Utah Jazz. DeMarre Carroll's triple pulled Utah to within two early in the fourth, but Philadelphia proved to be too strong. Jrue Holiday scored two of his game-high 26 points, and with this one already in the books, Lavoy Allen put the game away. The Sixers snapped their two game losing streak with the 99-93 win over the Jazz.