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Utah Jazz: Boozer and Bulls Break Jazz hearts with late win, 93-89

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 2 2015 9:12 p.m. MDT

Utah's marvin Williams struggles as he is held up by Chicago's Richard Hamilton as the Jazz and the Bulls play Friday, Feb. 8, 2013 at Energy Solutions arena. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Utah's marvin Williams struggles as he is held up by Chicago's Richard Hamilton as the Jazz and the Bulls play Friday, Feb. 8, 2013 at Energy Solutions arena. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News)

The Utah Jazz suffered a tough loss to the Chicago Bulls on Friday night, 93-89.

In an exciting game, the Bulls had the upper hand for most of the night, but a fourth quarter comeback saw Utah take the lead briefly, before Boozer took charge late in the game.

Center Al Jefferson had a career high 32 points, along with 13 rebounds, and he almost led the Jazz to a famous victory.

In the end however, it was Nate Robinson who dictated most of the game, contributing 18 points and nine assists for the Bulls. Carlos Boozer also had a late run to give him 19 points on his return to the Energy Solutions Arena.

This result puts the Jazz at 28-23 for the season.

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