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Utah Jazz: Comeback stalls as Pierce beats Jazz in overtime

Celtics point guard controls the game late to stop Utah’s rally attempt in overtime.

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"He caught it, turned and shot it right at the rim," Corbin said. "Unfortunately, it didn’t go in."

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Storylines Jazz can’t stop Celtics in OT

Gordon Hayward leads the Jazz with 26 points in 36 minutes.

» Boston outscores the Jazz 32-19 in a crucial third period.

» The Jazz play two more games at home before hitting the road for four games against the Eastern Conference.

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