The Jazz’s 106-99 victory over Sacramento on Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena was an inside job.

Derrick Favors scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and Enes Kanter added 16 points to lead Utah past the Kings, who played without injured center DeMarcus Cousins.

It showed.

Favors and Kanter dominated the game into the fourth quarter, before Sacramento rallied in the final seven minutes.

The Kings couldn’t overcome a 92-72 deficit, however, and the Jazz won back-to-back games for the first time in nearly a month.

"We just wanted to come out there and execute our game plan — attack the paint — and try to win," said Favors, who finished with his 15th double-double in 42 games this season.

Gordon Hayward ended up with 12 points and six assists and, according to Favors, was a key in the third quarter. That’s when the Jazz snapped a 50-50 tie and grabbed an 81-70 lead.

"We just moved the ball," Favors said. "[Hayward] did a good job finding the open guy on the pick-and-rolls and we made some shots."