Behind a standout performance from Miles Bridges, the Charlotte Hornets (14-41) secured a 115-107 win against the Utah Jazz (26-31) on Thursday night, extending their winning streak to four games.

Bridges finished the game with 26 points and 14 rebounds, while Grant Williams contributed 24 points to fuel the Hornets’ victory.

Despite a late push from the Jazz, Bridges stepped up with crucial baskets to seal the win for Charlotte, marking a significant turnaround for a team that endured a 10-game losing streak prior to their current winning streak.

Utah, led by Lauri Markkanen’s 21 points, struggled to contain the Hornets’ offensive onslaught, extending their own losing streak to five games.

The Jazz’s reliance on young players like Taylor Hendricks, who delivered a career-high 12 points and nine rebounds in his first start, reflects a shift in strategy following recent trades.

Although Utah’s rookies showcased promise, their fourth-quarter collapse exposed vulnerabilities.