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Jazz come from behind again, defeat Bobcats 96-95

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The Charlotte Bobcats dominated the Utah Jazz early, but as they've done for the past three games, the Jazz stormed back late. With 24 seconds remaining, D.J. Augustin drove for the rim, but lost possession and it went out of bounds off his leg. Jerry Sloan refrained from calling time out, and on the next possession, Deron Williams drove past Stephen Jackson and hit a ten foot floater to put Utah up 96-95, with 0.8 seconds remaining.

Jackson couldn't hit a desperation fallaway three, giving the Jazz the win. This is their fourth straight come from behind victory on the road. Fans are streaming out of the arena around me with shocked looks on their faces. I'll have more on the game after I get home.