Lost in the overhype about LeBron James and the coverage of the crappy New York Knicks has been a pretty good start to a well-balanced NBA.
And one of the better games so far happened Wednesday night in Utah when the Jazz squared off with the Cleveland LeBrons.
Thanks to a game winning jumper by Utah's Gordon Heyward, the Jazz sank the LeBron's 102-100.
It wasn't due to lack of effort on either part. LeBron James dropped a falling away 3-point shot with 3.4 seconds left and got fouled by Derrick Favors. The free throw tied the game at 100.
The Jazz got the ball, got it to Heyward, who calmly dropped a 21-footer as the horn sounded.
The win got Utah to 2-3 on the season, the LeBron's fell to 1-3 and have totally perplexed the drooling national media who just assumed they'd dominate the world.
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