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Al Jefferson scored 30 points and Devin Harris added a season-high 28 to lead the Utah Jazz over the Golden State Warriors, 104-98 Friday night to snap a two-game home losing streak. Gordon Hayward's late jumper and steal sealed the win for the Jazz (29-27), who are ninth in the Western Conference but only three games out of the No. 5 spot. David Lee led the Warriors with 26 points while Klay Thompson added 23 on 9-of-16 shooting. Harris missed Wednesday's 107-105 loss to Phoenix because of a sprained left ankle. He started strong with 12 first-quarter points and scored the first 10 points of the fourth quarter. The Warriors committed 17 turnovers.
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