Miami Heat Blow Lead to Utah Jazz: Dethroning the Team That Never Was

November 10th, 2010 by Daniel Yi Leave a reply »
I just witnessed one of the most exciting games this season from the unexpected Utah Jazz. I rarely watch games other than Lakers, unless it’s vital that I watch for the sake of assessing the Lakers match up against a certain team.

But I decided to tune in when I received word that the Jazz was coming back from a 22-point deficit.


Eh, there’s no way they’re gonna win this one, even if they manage to go into overtime.

Deron jumps in the air to hit a sweet three-pointer. 96-98. Whoa. Carlos Arroyo gets fouled in the next possession and goes to the charity stripe.

They’re not gonna miss. Even if they foul, they’re just gonna keep hitting the free throws.

Lo and behold, Arroyo hits his shots. Jazz ball. Deron Williams surveys the court for opportunities, but finds himself double-teamed. He passes to Paul Millsap. And he jumps. 

What? He hits a clutch three. He doesn’t shoot threes. The commentator announces that this is his second clutch three. He’s 2-2 from beyond the arc. WTF?

Arroyo gets fouled again, and proceeds to ...

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