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The Jazz had a chance to win in regulation when Favors blocked Robinson’s shot, but Harris ended up missing a long three-pointer.
Corbin considered calling a time-out to set up a play, but thought the Jazz had a better chance at a good shot by grabbing the rebound and running.
Utah 99, Golden State 92 (OT)Derrick Favors scores 23 points and grabs 17 rebounds, both career highs.
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"I didn’t want them to set up, he said. "I thought we had them on their heels and we’d get an opportunity going to the basket. But Devin didn’t see his gap -- or didn’t get a gap -- and took a jump shot."
Said Harris: "We said we were going to go and try to get the best look possible. .. But I kind of got hung up."
In overtime, Utah converted six of eight possessions and cruised to its fifth straight home win.
"The frustrating thing," said Golden State coach Mark Jackson, "is we had an opportunity to close out this game. We needed one stop and didn’t get it."
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