The Utah Jazz (25-26) staged a remarkable comeback to upset the Milwaukee Bucks (33-17) with a 123-108 victory on Sunday night.

Lauri Markkanen’s 21 points spearheaded the Jazz, breaking a three-game losing streak and exposing the ongoing struggles of the Bucks under the coaching of Doc Rivers.

Collin Sexton’s 19 points, John Collins’ double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Keyonte George’s 19 points and 10 rebounds contributed to the Jazz’s resurgence.

The pivotal moment came in the fourth quarter when the Jazz outscored the Bucks 40-13, showcasing a dominant defensive performance.

Despite Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 33 points, 13 assists, and seven rebounds, the Bucks couldn’t fend off the Jazz’s late surge.

Bobby Portis added 27 points, and Malik Beasley contributed 16, but the absence of key starters Brook Lopez and Khris Middleton was felt.

The Bucks’ challenges persist under Rivers, with a 1-3 record since his takeover from Adrian Griffin as head coach.