The Utah Jazz’s losing streak extended to four games with a 117-103 loss against the Phoenix Suns on Monday night at Vivint Arena.

Here are three keys that contributed to the Jazz loss:

  • Though the Jazz held the Suns to just 46 points in the paint, they were just about even with the Suns on second-chance points, fast break points and rebounds. The Jazz just came up short and were on the wrong end of a couple of runs by the Suns.
  • On the other side, the Jazz went through long stretches where they couldn’t shoot the ball and finished the night shooting 25% from 3-point range. Though the Suns only shot 30.6% from deep, they shot well at the right moments in the game.
  • The Jazz had twice as many turnovers as the Suns and had trouble converting at the free-throw line where Utah finished out the night shooting just 66.7% while the Suns shot 90.2% from the free-throw line.