The Utah Jazz have been getting some good results with a shortened bench.
They haven't had a bad result when the Milwaukee Bucks have visited Salt Lake City since 2001.
Utah goes for a 10th win in 11 home games and its 11th consecutive victory with the Bucks on town on Wednesday night.
Mo Williams (thumb) hasn't played since Dec. 22 and isn't expected back for two weeks, backup Earl Watson (leg) is out indefinitely and Gordon Hayward could miss a sixth consecutive game with a sprained right shoulder.
Still, the Jazz (27-22) have won three of four and 12 of 17 after opening a three-game homestand with Monday's 98-91 overtime victory over Sacramento.
Second-year shooting guard Alec Burks finished with a season-high 14 points while logging some key minutes at point guard behind starter Jamaal Tinsley, while forward DeMarre Carroll reached double digits in a career-best third consecutive game.
"We've got some guys who weren't getting the playing time, but they can really play and ...