Utah head coach Tyrone Corbin made the Warriors start the game by shooting at the rim in front of his bench - opposite their usual opening hoop.

Stephen Curry started to sprint toward the wrong stanchion for his nightly pregame ritual, but that was the only ill effect for the Warriors on Saturday night.

"It's still 10 feet," Curry said after putting up 15 points and 11 assists to zero turnovers. "That was my routine, so to start the game, I was a little confused. But once the game starts, it's no big deal. It's just kind of annoying, for sure."

The Warriors figured out which hoop was theirs pretty quickly, grabbed an early lead and were up by double digits for the majority of a 102-88 victory over the Jazz in front of the 43rd consecutive sellout crowd at Oracle Arena.

The Warriors (7-3) have now held a double-digit lead in each of their five home games, including three wire-to-wire victories, and have trailed for only a combined 15:28 at Oracle.

"We have a winning mind-set, which is to take care of business at home and then compete on the road," Warriors head coach Mark Jackson said. "When you look at the teams that have had truly successful years, they take care of business at home. That's the first thing to being a good team."

On a night of great offensive balance that included six players in double-figure scoring and 51.3 percent shooting, Klay Thompson led the way with 25 points on 5-of-8 three-point shooting. Andre Iguodala went for 16 points, six rebounds and four steals, David Lee had 13 points, Andrew Bogut added 12 points and 11 rebounds, and Harrison Barnes chipped in 11 points off the bench.

Derrick Favors scored a team-high 17 points for the Jazz (1-10), who will finish a rare consecutive home-and-home set with the Warriors on Monday in Salt Lake City. Gordon Hayward added 14 points for Utah, and Richard Jefferson had 12.

A full reunion never really developed between two of the franchises involved in the three-team, sign-and-trade deal that landed Iguodala this summer, because Jefferson was the only former Warrior to play. Andris Biedrins is out with an ankle injury, and Brandon Rush's playing time is limited as he recovers from left knee surgery.