We broke down some of the more intriguing numbers from LAL’s 105-103 loss at Utah:
Fastbreak points for Utah, a team that ranked 17th in the league (12.7) in that category prior to the game. The Jazz converted on 9 of 10 field goals in transition and turned 14 Lakers turnovers into 15 points.
Points for Nick Young before fouling out with 5:45 remaining. He scored 13 of the Lakers 29 third-quarter points on 6 of 9 field goals to help keep them close. In four of the last five games, Young has topped the 20-point mark.
Offensive rebounds for Utah, the last one coming off a Derrick Favors putback dunk that turned out to be the game winner. The home team held a plus-six advantage on the glass overall and had 16 second-chance points.
Wins for Utah (out of their nine overall) this season when starting Trey Burke, Gordon Hayward, Richard Jefferson, Marvin Williams and Favors. That unit combined for 79 of the team’s 105 points on 32 of 63 field goals and 8 of 19 on three-pointers.
Missed free throws for the Lakers, as they made just 16 of 23 (69.2 percent). In the last two games, L.A. is shooting 31 of 49 from the charity stripe, a 63.3 percent clip.