James Harden scored 25 points and the Houston Rockets rolled by the Jazz 125-80 on Monday night, handing Utah its worst home loss in franchise history.
The Jazz had won six straight at home but simply couldn't keep pace in transition. Utah was outscored 26-2 on the break and shot just 39.5 percent. Its previous worst was by 33 points to Milwaukee on Nov. 18, 1980.
Carlos Delfino and Marcus Morris each hit four 3-pointers for Houston, which made 16 of 34 from beyond the arc. Omer Asik had 19 rebounds as the Rockets (25-22) won their third straight.
Houston led by 21 points in the second, by 35 in the third and kept pouring it on fourth.
Randy Foye led Utah with 12 points.
The Jazz hardly looked like the team that had won nine of its previous 12. Utah fell behind by nine early but rallied to tie it at 22 late in the first.
After that it was all Houston, prompting fans to boo and head for the exits early in the third quarter.
To think the Rockets had a hard time even getting to Utah. A blizzard had them grounded Sunday night in Grand Junction, Colo.
They arrived in Salt Lake City early enough for Jeremy Lin to slip in for the last screening of the documentary "Linsanity" during the Sundance Film Festival.
Nuggets 102, Pacers 101: Andre Iguodala made a free throw with 0.4 seconds remaining after forcing a turnover to deny a last-second shot by Indiana, and host Denver prevailed.
Iguodala finished with 13 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.
Grizzlies 103, 76ers 100: Marc Gasol scored a season-high 27 points and Rudy Gay had 26 to lead Memphis to a win at Philadelphia.
Jerryd Bayless scored a season-high 21 points to help the Grizzlies win without point guard Mike Conley (sprained left ankle).
Kings 96, Wizards 94: Isaiah Thomas made a floater with a second to play, capping a seesaw finish as Sacramento broke a four-game losing streak with a win at Washington.
Thomas had 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter and also had seven assists in a game that included 16 ties and 11 lead changes.
Mavericks: Dallas sent Jared Cunningham (San Leandro High) back to its NBA Development League team for the second time. Cunningham has played in eight games for the Mavericks, averaging two points and 3 minutes per game.