In a stunning comeback, the Utah Jazz (12-18) orchestrated a remarkable turnaround, overcoming a 17-point deficit to secure a thrilling 126-119 victory against the Toronto Raptors (11-18) on Saturday night.

Jordan Clarkson was the hero of the night, scoring 16 of his 30 points in the fourth quarter, while Lauri Markkanen, returning from a brief absence due to a sore left hamstring, also contributed 30 points to the Jazz’s triumph.

Collin Sexton added 16 points, and strong performances from John Collins, Walker Kessler, and Kris Dunn, who recorded a season-high 13 assists, played crucial roles in Utah’s second consecutive road win.

The Raptors dominated the first half, leading 71-55 at the break, with Scottie Barnes impressing with 32 points, including 17 in the first quarter.

Despite missing key players like Talen Horton-Tucker and Keyonte George due to injuries, the Jazz showcased depth and resilience in their comeback victory against the Raptors.