In the wake of their disappointing loss in Orlando on Sunday, the Nets vowed they wouldn’t let it happen again.

For one night, at least, they kept their word.

Going up against the winless Jazz, the Nets immediately jumped out to a 12-2 lead and never looked back, leading wire-to-wire in a 104-88 victory in front of a sellout crowd of 17,732 inside Barclays Center.

After looking lethargic throughout Sunday’s loss to the Magic, the Nets (2-2) jumped on the Jazz (0-4) right from the opening tip. Paul Pierce opening the scoring with a 3-pointer, followed by buckets from Brook Lopez and Deron Williams as Brooklyn scored the game’s first seven points.

Things didn’t get much closer after that. The Nets’ lead never dipped below five the rest of the night, and they maintained a double-digit lead for the remainder of the game after an 18-7 run in the latter part of the second quarter.

It was a complete team effort from the Nets, led by Lopez’s 27 points, seven rebounds, two assists and a blocked shot in 25 minutes. He was one of six Nets to finish the game in double figures, including Joe Johnson, who had 12 points, Paul Pierce and Shaun Livingston, who each had 11, and Williams and Andray Blatche, who added 10 apiece.

As a team, the Nets shot 51.3 percent from the field and did a nice job of moving the ball around the floor. They also did an equally good job of holding down the Jazz at the other end, limiting Utah to 37.8 percent shooting overall and 22.2 percent (4-for-18) from 3-point range, while also forcing the Jazz into 21 turnovers.