Only once this season have the Utah Jazz won consecutive games on the road.
The Charlotte Bobcats have not won back-to-back contests anywhere in 2011-12.
Looking to win two straight away from home for the first time in almost two months Wednesday night, the Jazz try for a sixth straight victory over a Bobcats team coming off one of its biggest wins of the season.
Al Jefferson had 25 points with 13 rebounds while Gordon Hayward scored a season high-tying 23 off the bench as Utah (18-19) shot 50.0 percent to snap a six-game road skid with a 109-100 win at Cleveland on Monday. Winners in three of four overall, the Jazz are 4-13 on the road, where they have not won consecutive games since Jan. 7-15.
"We needed a big road win," coach Tyrone Corbin said.
Sitting 11th in the Western Conference, Utah hopes Monday's victory is a sign of good things to come on a season-high five-game trip while trying to move back into playoff position.
"This was a game we knew we had to win in order to...