ANKARA – The Utah Jazz defeated Golden State 111-85 on Thursday, ending the Warriors’ nine-game winning streak in the NBA.

Bojan Bogdanovic scored 23 points, while Donovan Mitchell contributed 14, along with 10 rebounds, for the Jazz at the Vivint Arena, Salt Lake City.

The Warriors appeared to be suffering a dip on their game, exhibiting their lowest shooting percentage this season until a certain point in the match.

The injuries of Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, and James Wiseman did not help, either.

Jordan Poole and Stephen Curry produced 18 and 16 points, respectively, while Hassan Whiteside contributed with 17 rebounds, though these weren't enough to hold onto their winning streak.

The Golden State Warriors lay second with 41 wins and 14 losses, while the Utah Jazz are placed fourth with 34 wins and 21 losses in the Western Conference standings.

Other results: Cleveland Cavaliers-San Antonio Spurs: 105-92; Charlotte Hornets-Chicago Bulls: 109-121; Oklahoma City Thunder-Toronto Raptors: 98-117; Portland Trail Blazers-Los Angeles Lakers: 107-105; and Sacramento Kings-Minnesota Timberwolves: 132-119. (Anadolu)