SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 31 (Ticker) -- The Utah Jazz survived another offensive blitz by Allen Iverson and Chris Webber for a rare three-game winning streak.

Gordan Giricek scored a season-high 23 points and Andrei Kirilenko scored five of his 15 in the closing moments as the Jazz rallied for a 108-102 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, who fell to 1-3 on a season-high seven-game road trip.

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Utah finished the game on a 17-5 run and outscored the 76ers, 10-1, in the final 45 seconds to post its first three-game run since February 27-March 2. To do so, it had to curb stellar efforts by Iverson and Webber, who combined for 58 points overall and 31 in the second half.

"We just made a lot of bad mistakes at the end and they capitalized off of them," Iverson said. "We just didn't finish the game out. We've been having that problem all season, and it just happened again tonight."

Iverson had two steals, an assist to Webber and a layup to spark a 6-0 run and give the Sixers a 97-91 lead with 3:43 left. Giricek sandwiched a free throw and a layup around Webber's jumper to pull the Jazz within 99-94, and Kirilenko added a pair from the line to make it a three-point game with 2:16 to go.

Keith McLeod and Webber exchanged baskets before Mehmet Okur buried a 3-pointer to tie it at 101-101 with 45 seconds remaining.

"I was wide open, and I just took the shot. It felt good," Okur said.

Iverson, who finished with 37 points but made just 2-of-4 free throws down the stretch, split a pair from the line on the other end to give Philadelphia its last lead. Kirilenko then blew past Sixers rookie Shavlik Randolph for a basket and a foul, making the free throw with 18 seconds left for a 104-102 edge.

After forcing two point guards - rookie Deron Williams and McLeod - to foul out earlier in the period, Iverson attacked Milt Palacio, who blocked the superstar's shot. Okur corralled the rebound and was fouled before making two free throws.

"I think those free throws were more important than (Okur's 3-pointer)," Kirilenko said. "You know, it's big pressure on a player when you need to make two free shots."

Kirilenko added a pair with one second left for the final margin as Utah defeated Philadelphia for the seventh time in nine meetings.

Okur had 21 points and 13 rebounds and Kirilenko had 15, 12, six assists and four blocks, including one that led to a fast-break layup by Giricek that forged a 91-91 tie.

Philadelphia answered with its 6-0 run to take command, but went cold thereafter as the Jazz held the Sixers to just two field goals the rest of the way.

"We had some shots that we didn't make, they made some incredible shots, but we played well enough to win," Philadelphia coach Maurice Cheeks said. "We played well enough to win the game, and we should have won the game. Circumstances kept us from winning it."

After playing poorly in the first half, the Sixers came out strong after the break, erasing a seven-point halftime deficit with a 22-6 run to open the third quarter, during which Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan was ejected for twice arguing the persistent fouls called on his point guards.

Without Sloan, Utah answered with a 9-0 run to tie it at 70-70.

"They just kept playing. They fed off their crowd," Iverson said. "It's tough to win in here. It's hard to come in here and get a win."

Andre Iguodala added 18 points and Kyle Korver 11 for the Sixers, who shot 53 percent (37-of-70) and made 5-of-9 3-pointers. However, they also turned over the ball 18 times for the second game in a row, leading to 22 points for the Jazz.

"That's not in our makeup, this squad usually takes care of the ball. Obviously, we feel like we're going to struggle if we turn it over that much," Iverson said. "Shooting a high percentage like we did, it's tough to lose this game because we knew we got outrebounded and didn't play good defense."

The Jazz, who dropped all three games Kirilenko missed with a sprained ankle, have put together their winning streak since he returned to the lineup. They now can turn their attention to getting back to the .500 mark for the first time since November 14, when they were 4-4.

"Definitely we go into the new year with good emotion," Kirilenko said. "We've got two more games until 50 percent (.500), so we need two wins and we're very, let's say, impatient to get to .500."