After his Cavaliers lost to the Utah Jazz at EnergySolutions Arena on Saturday night, 109-98, to complete this five-game trip 1-4, coach Byron Scott was asked how he would assess the 10-day trip.

"It was OK," he said as the Cavs fell to 10-32, 6-20 on the road. "We had some games where I thought we played three quarters really well. We never really put four quarters together in any of the games on this road trip. In Portland, we got kind of lucky in the fourth quarter and were able to pull that one out.

"Overall, there's still a lot of growing pains, that's for sure."

Rookie Dion Waiters, who missed Saturday's shootaround because he didn't feel well, recovered nicely and had 23 points, including 10 of 12 free throws.

Kyrie Irving had 18 points and nine assists, rookie Tyler Zeller had 13 points and a career-high 14 rebounds, and Tristan Thompson had 12 points and 11 rebounds.

C.J. Miles scored 12 points on 4-of-11 from the field in his first return to Utah after signing as a free agent with the Cavs last summer. He spent his first seven seasons with the Jazz.

He got a nice hand when he was introduced at the start of the game.