Jaren Jackson Jr. showcased his skills with 20 points and six blocks as the Memphis Grizzlies (4-13) secured a decisive 105-91 victory over the Utah Jazz (6-12) on Wednesday night, putting an end to their four-game losing streak and securing their first home win of the season.

David Roddy’s impressive 19-point contribution, along with Desmond Bane’s 17 points and nine assists, played a pivotal role in Memphis’ well-rounded performance, featuring six players in double figures.

Ziaire Williams added 15 points, shooting 6 of 8 from the field, including a perfect 3-for-3 from beyond the arc. Derrick Rose, making his first start of the season, had 14 points and nine assists.

The Jazz, led by John Collins with 17 points, struggled with a 38% shooting accuracy and committed 18 turnovers.

Despite facing absences of key players, including Utah’s Lauri Markkanen and Memphis dealing with various injuries and Ja Morant’s suspension, the Grizzlies dominated from the outset.