LOS ANGELES - The San Antonio Spurs gave their Big Three the night off, but the Utah Jazz were at work putting on a superb blue-collar effort.
Devin Harris scored 25 points, including 11 in a row in the final quarter, Paul Millshap had 18 and 10 rebounds, and the hosts Jazz snapped the Spurs' 11-game win streak with a 91-84 victory on Tuesday night.
The Spurs rested Frenchman Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Argentine Manu Ginobili because of a gruelling three games in four nights schedule.
Australian Patty Mills enjoyed a start with the Spurs and had nine points in his 24 minutes game time.
"They rested their players tonight, and we did what we had to do," Harris said.
"I thought we did a good job of playing for 48 minutes."
Gordon Hayward netted 16 points while Al Jefferson contributed 12 and 10 boards for the Jazz, who kept their playoff hopes alive with a split of the home-and-home series after Sunday's 114-104 loss at San Antonio.
"We wanted to come out and get a little revenge from last night," Haywood said. "We battled and they battled and we were able to come out on top."
The victory keeps Utah one and half games behind Denver for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference race.
"We want to get to the playoffs, that's our goal," Harris said.