Utah Jazz held LeBron James to Season low 13 Points
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Marvin Williams scored 23 points on Saturday night as the Utah Jazz shut down superstar LeBron James in a surprising 94-89 win over the Miami Heat.
Rookie Trey Burke made a clutch jumper in the final minute and scored 13 points for the Jazz, who ended a four-game losing streak and beat the Heat at home for the third straight season.
James scored just 13 points, equalling his lowest tally for the season.
The four-time NBA MVP made just four of 13 shots – his worst percentage in a game this season – and scored just two points in the fourth quarter.
The Heat did get as close as 91-89 following a three-pointer by Ray Allen with 46 seconds remaining but, with the shot clock winding down, Burke drained a jumper to make it a two-possession game with 24 seconds to go.
Richard Jefferson scored 14 points and Alec Burks added 12 for the Jazz.
Dwyane Wade scored 19 points and Chris Bosh added 13 for the Heat.