The Utah Jazz can't seem to win away from Salt Lake City.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are struggling to win regardless of where they play.
The Jazz try to avoid losing seven straight road games for the first time in more than four years Monday night when they face the Cavaliers, losers of five in a row.
After winning back-to-back home contests over Houston and Miami, Utah (17-19) opened a season-high five-game trip with a 102-96 loss to Dallas on Saturday. Paul Millsap had 24 points and shot 11 of 17 for the Jazz, who trailed by as much as 23 in falling to 3-13 away from home.
"We felt like we tried our best to contain them as much as possible,'' said Millsap, second on the team with 15.7 points per game. "But they hit some tough shots that took us out of the game.''
That has been an ongoing problem on the road for Utah, which is allowing an average of 103.4 points and 41.8 percent shooting from 3-point range in its last five.
The Jazz have lost six straight road games since a 98-...