Marvin Williams helps Jazz hold off Heat

Marvin Williams helps Jazz hold off Heat
Utah's Marvin Williams shoots as Miami's Chris Bosh and the Jazz's Diante Garrett look Saturday in Salt Lake City. (Rick Bowmer / Associated Press)

at Utah 94, Miami 89:Marvin Williams scored 23 points and rookie Trey Burke hit a jump shot with 24 seconds remaining to lift the Utah Jazz to a 94-89 victory over the Miami Heat on Saturday night.

Trailing 87-79 after Williams hit two three-pointers, the Heat used a 10-4 run to draw within two points when Ray Allen made a three from the corner with 46 seconds to play.

Burke, who had 13 points, rose up and drained the clutch 19-foot jump shot to beat the shot clock, and Gordon Hayward's free throw clinched the win for the Jazz, who have defeated the Heat at home three straight times.

Dwyane Wade had 19 points for the Heat, which missed its last four shots from the field to thwart its comeback. LeBron James was four for 13 from the field for 13 points, his lowest scoring total since he had 13 points in a 104-88 win over Atlanta on Nov. 19.

at Phoenix 122, Golden State 109: Goran Dragic scored 13 of his career-high 34 points in the final seven minutes and the Suns pulled away to beat the depleted Warriors. Dragic, who also had 10 assists, topped 30 points for the sixth time this season.

Houston 101, at Milwaukee 95: Dwight Howard scored 27 points, including three crucial free throws in the closing seconds, and James Harden scored 10 of his 22 points in the decisive third quarter to help the Rockets hold off the short-handed, scrappy Bucks and win their fifth straight.

Portland 117, at Minnesota 110: LaMarcus Aldridge scored 16 of his 26 points in the second half and Wesley Matthews added 21 to help the Trail Blazers hold off the injury-depleted Timberwolves. Aldridge had six points during Portland's game-deciding 13-1 run in the fourth quarter.

San Antonio 104, at Charlotte 100: Patty Mills scored 18 of his season-high 32 points in the fourth quarter and Tim Duncan had a double-double to lead the Spurs to a victory over the Bobcats for their fourth win in five games.

Memphis 79, at Atlanta 76: Zach Randolph scored 20 points and the Grizzlies continued their pattern of winning on the road with strong defense, shutting down the Hawks. The Hawks set a season scoring low after leading 29-27 after the first period.

at Detroit 126, Denver 109: Brandon Jennings had a season-high 35 points to go with 12 assists, Josh Smith had 30 points and the Pistons rolled to a win over the Nuggets. Eleven players scored in double figures.

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