Ben Simmons contributed 10 points, 11 assists, and eight rebounds, leading the Brooklyn Nets (19-27) to a resounding 147-114 victory over the Utah Jazz (24-24). Simmons, back after a 38-game absence due to a back injury, played a pivotal role in the Nets’ highest point total at home in a regulation game.

The No. 1 pick in the 2016 draft demonstrated his impact in just 18 minutes off the bench, making all five shots and narrowly missing a triple-double due to a minutes restriction.

Mikal Bridges added 33 points to complement Simmons’ performance, contributing to the Nets’ offensive explosion. Cam Thomas added 25 points.

Lonnie Walker IV finished with 19 points off the bench, while Cameron Johnson added 17.

The Jazz were lead by Keyonte George, who contributed 21 points off the bench. John Collins scored 15 points, while Lauri Markkanen and Jordan Clarkson added 13 each.