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Salt Lake City, UT (Sports Network) - Gordon Hayward drained the go-ahead basket with less than five seconds remaining and the Jazz overcame a 13-point fourth quarter deficit to take a 104-102 decision over the Sacramento Kings.

Following an Aaron Brooks turnover, the Jazz had the chance to hold for the final shot. Hayward, who has thrived since coming off the bench, scored a game-high 23 points and buried a wide-open look off a screen from 22-feet out to put the Jazz ahead.

The Kings didn't have a timeout to spare, but James Johnson hustled up the court and got in the paint for an uncontested running layup, but it was too strong and Utah held on to stay undefeated at home.

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