"My whole career, I've had to score against two, three people," said Jefferson, who was acquired in an offseason trade with Minnesota. "It just feels good to catch the ball and go up. This offense gets along. It gets you the ball in the right spot."
"We've got things to do, things to improve, but all around, everybody's been great," Turkoglu said. "Just got to focus on the things that can really help us get better, like defense and rebounding."
Jefferson scored 12 points in the third quarter as Utah erased a halftime deficit and took control of the game. The center, acquired in an offseason trade with Minnesota, has 40 points in two games against the Suns.
"He's just getting comfortable," Jazz guard C.J. Miles said. "Tonight he showed that when he relaxes and plays, he gets buckets down there."
The Jazz outscored Phoenix 53-41 in the second half and outrebounded the Suns 51-34 for the game, led by Paul Millsap's seven.
The first half was marred by a total of 34 fouls. Utah was called for 22 fouls and had three players had at least three. Phoenix shot 30 free throws in the half, compared to Utah's 11. The Suns shot 39 free throws in the game.
Jazz rookie Gordon Hayward continued to struggle with his shooting. The first-round draft pick from Butler went 1 for 5 from the field and is 6 for 23 (26 percent) in the preseason.
"He's a young guy trying to figure out what's going on," Utah coach Jerry Sloan said. "It's not an easy thing. I think he's concerned about getting in foul trouble and he's got to get through that. He's got to push himself a little harder."
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