The AP reports: The Jazz scored 44 points in the third quarter and beat the Sacramento Kings 120-94 on Friday night, getting 15 assists from Deron Williams in just his fifth game of the season. Williams, who missed 13 games with a sprained left ankle from the preseason, had nine assists in the third and then got to rest on the bench for the entire fourth as the Jazz reserves finished off the blowout… C.J. Miles scored 16 of his 18 in the third, including a dunk off an alley-oop from Williams during a 3-on-none break as the Jazz blew open the game after letting the Kings tie it at 50 at halftime… John Salmons led Sacramento with 20 points. Beno Udrih was the only other Sacramento starter to score in double figures… Mehmet Okur had 20 points and 12 rebounds for Utah. Paul Millsap, starting for Boozer, had 11 points and 11 boards. Reserves Andrei Kirilenko, Kyle Korver and Ronnie Price each scored 12. Spencer Hawes added 18 points for the Kings, who sent the Jazz to the foul line 34 times. Utah was 22-for-34 from the line while Sacramento went 9-for-12.