The Utah Jazz got back to business Thursday following a rare two-day layoff with a spirited two-hour practice at the Zions Bank Basketball Center.

For the only time all season — aside from next month's All-Star break — the Jazz have four days off in between games. (They don't play between Monday night's win over Miami and Saturday's game against Cleveland.)

It's nearly the halfway point of the season and all things considered, the Jazz are pretty happy with where they stand.

"To be 21-19 and going into the halfway point and having as many road games as anyone in the league, we've showed some good growth,'' said coach Tyrone Corbin. "We're not exactly where we want to be, but we're within range to be in position to get ourselves in the playoffs to take a good run with the homestand we have coming up.''