Jazz shot 4-of-21 in the fourth quarter; still outscored 76ers 17-13

Nov 13, 2015; Orlando, FL, USA; Utah Jazz head coach Quin Snyder talks with center Tibor Pleiss (21) against the Orlando Magic during the first quarter at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

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Utah started off impressive against Philadelphia, leading 37-23 after the first quarter. By the third quarter, the Jazz led by 19.

But the 76ers went on a 29-10 run to finish the third quarter; with 38.3 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, the game was tied. According to Salt Lake Tribune, Utah shot just 4-of-21 during their fourth quarter implosion. Somehow, however, that effort was still enough to outscore the lowly 76ers — 17 to 13.

In the last three quarters of action, the Jazz managed to score just 16 baskets. Despite the early lead, Utah won by four. 

"We’ll take them any way we can get them," said Utah’s Rodney Hood, via Salt Lake Tribune. "Regardless of by how much or how we do it, a win is a win. So we’ll feel good about it."

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