After taking steps toward ending their road struggles, the Utah Jazz would like to do the same in the second game of back-to-back situations.
That could prove difficult against the Indiana Pacers, who have been resilient when facing that challenge.
The Jazz will try to snap a three-game losing streak in the second game of back-to-backs on Wednesday night when they visit the Pacers, who are 5-2 in those situations.
Even though they've won eight of 11 overall against the Pacers, the Jazz have never won at Indiana in the second game of a back-to-back (0-6).
Utah is just 2-4 in those games this season.
The Jazz (14-12) look to put an end to those streaks after they came from 13 down at halftime to win 92-90 at Brooklyn on Tuesday night. Despite turning it over twice in the final 31 seconds, Utah survived a pair of misses on the Nets' final possession to win for the second time in three road games after a 3-9 start.
"The game, we still pulled it out, that's all that matters," said ...