Utah Jazz's Deron Williams (8), has his shot blocked by Charlotte Bobcat's Raymond Felton during the first half of an NBA basketball game on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2007 in Charlotte, N.C. (AP Photo/Rick Havner)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Gerald Wallace scored 26 points and Jason Richardson had 24 to lead the Charlotte Bobcats' furious fourth-quarter comeback that stunned the Utah Jazz 98-92 on Wednesday.

In their first game since part-owner Michael Jordan took a hands-on approach which included suiting up for practice a day earlier, the Bobcats rallied from a 12-point deficit with under 6 minutes left for only their third win in 13 games.

Raymond Felton added 17 points, including a three-point play with 3:24 left that capped a 13-0 run to put Charlotte ahead. After the Jazz retook the lead, Felton hit two free throws to put Charlotte ahead to stay.

Wallace later had an acrobatic block of Ronnie Brewer's layup attempt, and Richardson hit two free throws with 14 seconds left to put it away for the Bobcats, who closed the game on a 24-6 run.

Carlos Boozer had 21 points and 15 rebounds and Deron Williams scored 20 points for the Jazz, who committed 21 turnovers.

The Jazz lost their seventh straight road game on a night coach Jerry Sloan banished reserve guard Gordan Giricek to the locker room following an argument on the bench during a timeout in the second quarter.