The Jazz finished in fourth place with a 2-3 record.
Trey Burke concluded a disappointing week with 8 points on 4-for-12 shooting to go along with 5 assists. In four games, Burke averaged 8.8 points on 24 percent shooting (13-for-54).
"I'm just getting adjusted to the offense," said Burke, the 9th overall selection out of Michigan. "Obviously, my shot hasn't been falling and I've been inefficient all week. But as far as getting my teammates involved and coming in and learning the terminology, I think I've done a good job."
Burke admitted he got a little tired with practices and games all week, and vowed to play better when training camp starts in October.
"We've had a lot of two-a-days," he said. "I think my legs were just going and I've been flat. It's just a matter of not losing confidence and getting used to the speed of the game."
Rookie center Rudy Gobert had 6 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocked shots. Chris Roberts, who led the Jazz in scoring with 15 points, may have earned an invitation to training camp with his play this week.