SALT LAKE CITY -- Down three starters and behind by 20 points in the fourth quarter, the Sacramento Kings tried to foul their way back into the game. Pierre Desir Jersey . It almost worked. Derrick Favours had 17 points and 12 rebounds, Marvin Williams added 16 points and 11 rebounds, and the Jazz held off the depleted Kings 106-99 on Monday night. "If you build a lead like that then its easier when you have some lapses down the stretch. You have a little room for error," Utah forward Gordon Hayward said. Enes Kanter added 16 points and Jeremy Evans tied a career high with 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as the Jazz took advantage of injuries that have left Sacramento without frontcourt starters DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay for the past three games. "We had a size advantage so we wanted to mix up plays with the pick-and-rolls. I thought the two guys, Derrick and Enes, did a good job of getting in low position and made some good passes when they didnt have a chance to make a play for themselves," Utah coach Tyrone Corbin said. In addition to Cousins and Gay being out, Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas left in the third quarter with an illness. "Some of our guys were like, Oh boy, what are we going to do now? Now we have Isaiah, Rudy and DeMarcus all out. It was shellshock," Sacramento coach Mike Malone said. The Kings resorted to Plan B -- foul as much as possible -- and that shocked the Jazz. "Im going to do everything I can to extend the game and give us a chance to win. They were having their way with us, but we always try to identify certain guys who may be poor free throw shooters," Malone said. After the Jazz sent their starters to the bench with the game seemingly in hand, the Kings mounted an unlikely comeback that fell just short. Sacramento trimmed a 20-point lead to five in the final minute but came up empty on three of its final four possessions. "Whew, that was closer than it needed to be," Evans said. Jason Thompson scored a season-high 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Kings, who lost their fourth consecutive game. Derrick Williams had 17 points and 15 boards. The Jazz set an NBA season high with 53 free throw attempts. Utah went 12 for 25 at the line in the fourth quarter, allowing the Kings to make things interesting. Sacramento, whistled for 36 fouls, began hacking Utahs surprised reserves midway through the fourth quarter. "I wasnt expecting that at all. I feel a little disrespected. I missed some and that messed me up mentally," said Evans, who came into the game shooting 73 per cent from the line. The Jazz took control in the third with a 17-7 run that was capped by seven straight points from Marvin Williams. His free throws gave Utah an 81-67 lead with 1:36 left in the period. The Jazz stretched the lead to 20 as both teams played backups in the fourth quarter. The Kings started intentionally fouling big men Rudy Gobert and Evans, who were a combined 7 of 16 from the line. The scheme worked, and Ben McLemores three-point play brought the Kings to 104-99 with 31 seconds to play. John Lucas III made one of two free throws and Diante Garrett split a pair of foul shots to finally put the Kings away. "We really competed in the fourth quarter. Thats all you can do, especially when you have three starters out," Derrick Williams said. Cousins missed his third straight game with a sprained left ankle and Gay warmed up his strained left Achilles but felt he couldnt go and was scratched from the lineup just before the opening tip. Utah shot 40 per cent from the field but still moved ahead of the Kings in the standings. "Its a good feeling for us to move out of last place in the West. Its a step forward for us as a team," Hayward said. Thomas averaged 27.6 points over the previous five games but mustered only 10 on 4-of-13 shooting. He vomited at halftime and played just 8 minutes in the second half because of his stomach ailment. His streak of consecutive games with a 3-pointer ended at 37, two short of Mitch Richmonds franchise record. NOTES: The Kings were given a delay of game warning for not getting to centre court for the opening tip in time. ... McLemore poked Evans in the eye as he drove to the hoop. Evans missed both free throws while squinting at the basket. ... Kings G Jimmer Fredette, who played at nearby BYU, received loud cheers when he scored and boos when he brought the ball up the court. He finished with eight points. ... Sacramento outscored the Jazz 52-38 in the paint despite the absence of Cousins and Gay. Grover Stewart Jersey . 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Seven former players filed a motion to intervene in the court case pending in Philadelphia, which aims to settle thousands of claims through a grid-like formula that reaches $5 million for younger retirees with Alzheimers disease. The latest objections come from men who can perhaps still work, but say they still suffer from headaches, personality changes, trouble multi-tasking and other side effects they link to concussions suffered while playing in the league. "The settlement provided no monetary recovery — nothing at all — for class members suffering from many of the residual effects most commonly linked to recurrent and repetitive mild traumatic brain injury, while releasing every claim these class members may have against the NFL," lawyer Steven Molo wrote in the court filing. Senior U.S. District Judge Anita B. Brody fears the settlement is too low to cover 20,000 retirees for 65 years, as planned. Lawyers for both the NFL and the lead players group hope to convince her otherwise. "Were still (working) with the speecial master and the judge . Christine Michael Sr Jersey. .. to review the settlement agreement and rightfully ensure that all members of the class are protected," said lawyer Sol Weiss, a lawyer for the lead players in the case. "We look forward to finalizing the agreement." The NFL takes in more than $9 billion in revenue annually, a figure that will rise with new TV contracts this year. The settlement does not include an admission from the NFL that it hid information from players about head injuries. A few groups of players have asked to intervene in the settlement talks to raise various concerns. The group Monday includes 2008 Pro Bowl player Sean Morey, now a sprint football coach at Princeton University. The vast majority of the proposed $765 million fund would compensate former players with one of four neurological conditions: Alzheimers disease, Parkinsons disease, Lou Gehrigs disease or advanced dementia. Awards could also reach $4 million for deaths linked posthumously to chronic traumatic encephalopathy. At the low end, an 80-year-old with early dementia would get $25,000. Retirees without symptoms would get baseline screening and follow-up care if needed. The agreement also sets aside $75 million for medical exams and $10 million for medical research. 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