Paul Millsap led the Jazz with 20 points.
2 ousted in Grizzlies win
Rudy Gay scored a season-high 28 points, and Zach Randolph added 20 points and 11 rebounds before getting ejected along with Oklahoma City's Kendrick Perkins during a late-game altercation as the Memphis Grizzlies beat the host Thunder, 107-97.
Referee Ken Mauer tossed both Perkins and Randolph after the two confronted each other between a pair of free throws by Russell Westbrook.
Elsewhere: Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis scored 16 points each to help the Bucks cruise to a 99-85 victory over the struggling Indiana Pacers in Milwaukee. Tyler Hansbrough scored 17 points for the Pacers, who lost their fifth straight on the road after a season-opening win at Toronto. . . . Kemba Walker's jumper with 0.7 seconds left lifted the Charlotte Bobcats to an 89-87 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves in Minneapolis. Charlotte has its first three-game winning streak in nearly 20 months. . . . James Harden scored 30 points as the Houston Rockets held off the visiting New Orleans Hornets, 100-96. Houston rookie Royce White remained absent from the team in a dispute over how the Rockets are helping him deal with his anxiety disorder. . . . Chris Kaman scored 23 points and had eight rebounds in only his second start for the host Dallas Mavericks, who held on for a 107-101 victory over the winless Washington Wizards. . . . Carlos Boozer collected 28 points and 14 rebounds as the visiting Bulls defeated the Phoenix Suns, 112-106, in overtime.
The National Basketball Players Association is continuing its appeal on behalf of Sacramento center DeMarcus Cousins, even after he served his suspension.
Cousins, 22, was suspended two games by the NBA for confronting San Antonio announcer Sean Elliott in a "hostile manner." The exchange followed the Spurs' 97-86 victory in Sacramento on Friday night.
"Based on the accounts we have heard to date of the incident, we believe that a two-game suspension is excessive and unwarranted," the union said.
Through his agent, Cousins expressed remorse over the incident.
- Associated Press