The Utah Jazz climbed back into the Western Conference playoff picture without even playing for four days.
When they returned to action against lowly Cleveland on Saturday, they made sure they didn't give up any ground with a 109-98 victory.
''We talked about having fresh legs and we wanted to come out and demonstrate that,'' Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin said. ''I thought the guys did a good job of pushing the ball down the floor.''
The Jazz held a 21-5 edge on the fast break.
And with Randy Foye hitting three 3-pointers in Utah's 31-point third quarter, the Cavs didn't have a chance.
Utah led by 16 after three and by as many as 18.
Foye led Utah with 20 points, including four 3s, as the Jazz improved to 22-19 at the midway point.
The Jazz have won five of their last six, and six straight over the Cavs (10-32).
Utah also plays 13 of its next 18 at home, where the Jazz are 13-4.
Derrick Favors added a season-high 19 points, opening 7 of 7, and Enes Kanter had 14 on 7-of-8 shooti...