The Denver Nuggets will travel to Salt Lake City on the heels of their most lopsided victory outside of their first meeting with the Utah Jazz.
The Nuggets look for a season-high fifth straight victory Monday night while the Jazz will be out to try to improve to 6-0 at home.
Denver (8-6) cruised past New Orleans 102-84 on Sunday night. The Nuggets took a 10-point lead into halftime, then extended it to 22 entering the fourth.
The blowout allowed the Nuggets to gain plenty of rest with this contest in mind, with no one logging more minutes than Andre Iguodala's 31.
"During the first half Sunday, we were pretty good except for about a four-minute stretch where we had a nine-, 10-point lead and gave it right back," coach George Karl said. "After that, we built it back up (in the third quarter) where I felt the flow of the game was more like we like it and where we got a lot of guys involved."
These teams are meeting for the second time this season, with Denver posting a 104-84 hom...