Utah Jazz survive troubled finish to defeat Washington
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The clock started early and the officials stopped play to put 2.6 seconds back on it.
The Jazz quickly set their defense and, this time, Wall had to shoot for the tie from one dribble inside the halfcourt line.
"We were fortunate to be able to get the win," Hayward said, "because that’s not the way you want to close out."
Asked about using his young core for so many minutes — including down the stretch — Corbin said, "I thought they had a good rhythm."
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