Williams, Jazz send Warriors to 7th straight loss -- The AP reports: On the 10th anniversary of John Stockton’s 14,000th career assist, Deron Williams continued Utah’s fine tradition at guard. “I have to say this is as good as I have ever seen him play,” Jazz coach Jerry Sloan said of Williams, who topped 30 points for the third straight game as Utah routed Golden State 108-95 on Monday night. “He’s been sensational, really. He just took the game over and put it in his hands.” Williams had 30 points and 10 assists for his 13th double-double of the season, with 11 points coming in the fourth quarter when Utah pulled away. He has scored 96 points over the last three games... Reserve C.J. Miles had 20 points and six rebounds while seldom-used rookie Jeremy Evans scored nine points in nine minutes, including several sensational dunks that brought the crowd to its feet... Golden State was missing a key player, with second-leading scorer Stephen Curry (20.1 points) still out with an ankle injury.
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