The Jazz played without rotation regulars Enes Kanter, Alec Burks and Marvin Williams on Tuesday night at EnergySolutions Arena.

It showed.

With Kanter sidelined because of a dislocated shoulder, Burks out with a sprained ankle and Williams sent home with a stomach ailment, coach Tyrone Corbin used only eight players in a 90-80 loss to Oklahoma City.

It was the first time since April 13, 2011 — in a game against Denver nearly two years ago — that Corbin used only three players off his bench.

Derrick Favors was the most productive non-starter. He finished with eight points, eight rebounds and five blocked shots in 29 minutes.

But DeMarre Carroll had three points on 1-for-6 shooting in 23 foul-plagued minutes, and Jamaal Tinsley was scoreless in 11 minutes.