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Jazz surprise Warriors, 110-100

SALT LAKE CITY--The Golden State Warriors, even with the NBA's top-ranked defense, once again failed to avoid getting outshot and out-rebounded. Big man Andrew Bogut, whose presence on the court had led to 22 straight wins, played what he said was his worst game all season. Consequently, the lifeless-looking Warriors fell from the mountaintop Friday after a surprising 110-100 loss to the Utah Jazz left them with a 36-8 record that is no longer the best in the league. The Atlanta Hawks (39-8) now hold that distinction. "We can't play that way on the road, not getting those loose balls and not boxing out, not getting a body on people, and expect to win," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. ...

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