Toronto Raptors’ Pascal Siakam (43) looks to shoot as Utah Jazz’s Bojan Bodanovic (44) defends during second half NBA basketball action in Toronto, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. | Hans Deryk/The Canadian Press via AP The Jazz faced the biggest first-half deficit in franchise history, and though they played much better in the second half, they left Scotiabank Arena with their tail between their legs TORONTO — The Utah Jazz have the distinction of making the biggest comeback in NBA history, which they accomplished back in the Stockton-and-Malone days of 1996, overcoming a 36-point deficit to defeat Denver. The Jazz gave themselves a chance to eclipse their own record Sunday against the Toronto Raptors, but a 40-point deficit proved to be way too much...
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‘Awful’ Utah Jazz fall behind by 40 and suffer embarrassing defeat to reigning champion Toronto Raptors