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Published: Friday, Jan. 15 2010 12:00 a.m. MST

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K sauce

Yata Yata gaines The Hero this is the Jazz Anyone and everyone will be a hero everynight! We dont need just one player thats why its a team sport!! COngrats Jazz!! Heart Heart Heart never gave up and it shows in the game tonight!

Can't believe it

I thought it was over when Lebron hit the second 3. I can't believe Korver's and Gaines' shots went in!!

Unbelievable. You have to love how exciting basketball can be. There is not feeling like draining a buzzer beater!


and get well soon Deron.

Sundy Gaines ' confidence...

...was the difference maker in the game.

Somewhere in Utah, KOC must be smilingand happiest GM in NBA for the moment. Sundy Gaines has just saves both his own career and KOC's as well.

Sorry Price

Looks like you might lose your backup position... again.

Nice article. Yea, that game winning shot by Gaines was probably the best shot of the season, but he helped all throughout the 4th quarter, not just on that single shot. Amazing game, it seems like the team always pulls through when a high-paid starter (or 2) goes out with an injury.

Gaines just bought himself a contract. Who was that other point guard we got rid of? Eric somethin...? ;)


To all of those a couple of weeks ago who cried bloody murder when we traded Maynor: You may now proceed to insert your foot into your mouth. Thank you.

crazy game!

CJ should be benched for the season for shooting that 3. Epic Fail!


That was a heckuva shot by gains, that kid had some ice water in his veins and played great when Dwill went down. Great game, I hope AK and Dwill aren't out long


C.J., Gaines and Matthews were in there when we went on a 21-2 run.Along with Milsap and Boozer.Sloan pulled C.J and Gaines and Lebron went to work on Brewer to get Cleveland the lead. Sloan had to put C.J. and Gaines back in with seconds remaining to get the lead back again along with the win. Glad Sloan is finally making adjustments.

Uk Jazz

credit for last nights exciting win MUST go to CJ...

After all, if he hadn't taken that v v v ill advised 3 pointer (which he missed of course) we wouldn't of had the biggest buzzer beating win in the ESA for quite a while....

Time to man up for a weekend back to back guys...

Jazz Defense

Their offense was terrific in the fourth quarter, but we can't forget about the defense they played during the third and most of the 4th quarter. The Cavs scored the first 5 points of the third quarter, and at the 10:55 mark, they led by 12, 52-40. The Jazz proceded to hold the Cavs to 15 points over the next 18:16, outscoring them 40 to 15 in that time, and leading 80-67. But it started at the defensive end, which is something we don't get to see to often. I relished every minute of it. Go Jazz!!! and thanks Sundiata for making that shot.

Idaho Jazz Fan

What UK Jazz Fan? CJ does not get credit. Yes, he had a decent 4th, but his 30 ft. heave with 35 sec. caused the Jazz to have the miracle comeback. If they get a quick 2 they can play defense and get the ball back. POTG goes to Gaines and Price for stepping up for D-Will. Even when D-Will was in he wasn't having one of his better games.

@ Idaho Jazz Fan

pls read my post again, it's called being sarcastic...

CJ is a ball hog that thinks he can make ANY shot, he's no use to an assist playing team like the Jazz.


Don Bermans

Cj all most blew it!

@ B.R.

you are wrong. Labron went around C.J. like he wasn't even there. Got the hoop and the foul. That's why C.J. went to the bench.


Lebron manhandled all of them...thats how they got the lead back because Lebron went by Cj, Matthews and Brewer..it wasnt just CJ HE WENT BY. Matthews was on the floor a coule of times because of LB


i cringe whenever CJ Miles hold the ball. i just know he's going to chuck up a jumper each time. matthews has a better feel for the game. and he plays much better defense.

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