SALT LAKE CITY – Deron Williams had 10 points and 10 assists for his second career double-double and helped the Utah Jazz snap a five-game losing streak with a 100-80 win over the Milwaukee Bucks.

Williams, the third pick in the NBA draft, and the Jazz spoiled former University of Utah center Andrew Bogut’s return to the state, holding the top overall pick to eight points and seven rebounds.

Greg Ostertag and Kris Humprhies each had 10 rebounds the Jazz, who outrebounded the Bucks 53-35.

Utah scored 100 points for the first time this season and won its first game since beating Toronto 99-84 on Nov. 11.

Michael Redd scored 25 points and T.J. Ford had 10 points and five assists for Milwaukee.

The Bucks finished a four-game road trip 1-3 and had little energy in the final period.

The Jazz were scoreless for a 3-minute stretch late in the fourth quarter, but the Bucks managed just four points and failed to cut into Utah’s 23-point lead.

AP-ES-11-21-05 2335EST

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