Enes Kanter and Derrick Favors scored 21 points apiece to help the Utah Jazz beat the Portland Trail Blazers 97-91 on Thursday night.
Kanter and Favors combined for 21 in the fourth quarter for Utah, which lost 120-114 to Portland on Monday. Kanter also finished with 12 rebounds.
The preseason game was tight throughout until Kanter and Favors took over midway through the fourth.
Wesley Matthews led Portland with 24 points. LaMarcus Aldridge had 19 points and 11 rebounds, and Nicolas Batum finished with 17 points and 10 boards.
Utah's reserves outscored the team's starters. Jazz point guard Mo Williams rested for precautionary reasons.
The Blazers, who open the regular season on Wednesday against the Los Angeles Lakers, committed 25 turnovers and went 5 for 21 from 3-point range.
Portland rookie Damian Lillard, who played his college ball just up the road for Weber State, was 4 for 14 from the field and finished with 12 points. The point guard also committed five turnovers after scoring 21 points on 6-of-8 shooting in Monday's victory.
The Jazz used an 8-0 run to open an 85-78 lead in the fourth quarter. Favors and Kanter finished off the surge with consecutive jumpers.
Portland led 47-45 at halftime despite going 2 for 11 from long range. Matthews went 5 for 6 from the field in the second quarter and had 14 points at the break.
Utah showed off its front-court depth during one impressive display in the first half, with Kanter blocking Meyers Leonard and Favors jamming at the other end on a pass from Jamaal Tinsley to tie it at 41 with 3:21 left. Favors also converted a three-point play after a steal and nice pass by swingman DeMarre Carroll.
NOTES: Randy Foye started in place of Williams. . Blazers coach Terry Stotts said he would make final roster decisions Saturday. . Stotts was looking for improvement on the defensive end, noting his team was 30th in defensive FG percentage in preseason. ''Somebody has to be 30th, but I don't want it to be us,'' Stotts said. . Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin received a technical foul late in the first quarter.