It may be only one loss, but the Utah Jazz were humiliated on their home court in their last game.
That doesn't tend to be a problem when hosting the New Orleans Hornets.
Coming off the most-lopsided home defeat in franchise history, the Jazz look to re-establish their success in Salt Lake City by beating the last-place Hornets for the 10th time in 13 games there Wednesday night.
Utah (24-21) has been much more effective at home, going 15-5 compared to 9-16 on the road.
The Jazz extended their home winning streak to six by beating Indiana 114-110 in overtime on Sunday, but that run came to an alarming end with Monday's 125-80 defeat to Houston. Utah made 39.5 percent from the field - 5 of 18 from beyond the arc - and was outscored 26-2 in transition.
"One loss. We were terrible," coach Ty Corbin said. "Whether you lose by one or 45, it's one loss. This team has shown a lot of grit and character all year long, and we'll respond.
"We don't feel sorry for ourselves."
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