Maybe the Utah Jazz's longest break between games this season came at the wrong time.

They certainly don't want to cool off.

The Jazz have won four of their last five as they await Saturday night's game against Cleveland at EnergySolutions Arena.

Part of the reason for Utah's recent success has been its red-hot 3-point shooting. The Jazz have made 41 of 89 3-pointers during the 4-1 stretch, which includes wins over Miami, Dallas, Detroit and Charlotte. As a team, Utah now shoots 37.3 percent from the 3-point line — eighth in the league.

Randy Foye and Gordon Hayward have been the Jazz's shooting stars.