Jazz 116 – Heat 114: THE GREATEST GAME IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE

November 10th, 2010 | by Spencer Hall

Because it’s Hemingway-esque in brevity, clarity, and impact:

Enjoy another recap or two while you bask in the afterglow:

Spencer Hall
Founder Spencer Hall has covered the NBA, Team USA and NBA D-League since 2007 and launched Salt City Hoops in 2009. Spencer is now the news director at KSL.com
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One Comment

  1. Jesse Vineyard says:

    I arrived at my office this morning still with cold chills after the Jazz pulled off one the greatest games I’ve ever seen. Being from the same town of McLeansboro as Coach Jerry Sloan, the Jazz have always been my team! A respectable man in the NBA but a true hero in our town of 3000 people. This comeback was unbelievable. Lebron may always have a big game against the Jazz but they never quit. I remember last season around this time when Cleveland came to Salt Lake and Jazz were in similar situation. They intentionally fouled their way back into the game with a minute left. Cleveland (mostly Lebron) kept missing their free throws and the Jazz ended up winning on a last second bucket. So proud of Coach Sloan and his group of men. The game last night should scare the HELL out of every other team in the league. Watch out

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