Warriors come alive in second half to beat Jazz

Rick Bowmer/APThe Warriors' Andrew Bogut (12) tries to block a shot of the Jazz's Enes Kanter during Tuesday's game.

Rick Bowmer/APThe Warriors' Andrew Bogut (12) tries to block a shot of the Jazz's Enes Kanter during Tuesday's game.

SALT LAKE CITY — Stephen Curry scored 27 points and ignited a decisive third-quarter run to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 116-105 victory over the Utah Jazz on Tuesday night.

Draymond Green scored 15 points while Harrison Barnes and Klay Thompson added 12 apiece to lift the Warriors (30-5) to their franchise-best seventh consecutive victory by double figures.

Derrick Favors had 22 points and 11 rebounds for the Jazz, who could not overcome blistering third-quarter shooting by Golden State. Utah allowed 44 points on 16-of-26 shooting in that period.

Gordon Hayward scored 17 points while Enes Kanter and Rudy Gobert each added a double-double for Utah. Kanter finished with 13 points and 10 rebounds, while Gobert had 16 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots off the bench.

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