Jazz Guard Jordan Clarkson Converts Four-Point Play Against Heat
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson converted a four-point play after burying a three-pointer while getting fouled during the fourth quarter of Utah’s game against the Miami Heat.
The Jazz hosted the Heat at Vivint Arena on Saturday, February 13.
With 8:20 left to play, Clarkson connected on a triple from the left angle while getting fouled by Miami’s Kendrick Nunn.
Clarkson buried his foul shot to convert the four-point play.
The sequence stretched Utah’s lead to 92-69.
Clarkson’s three was his second of the game. He’s buried at least one three-pointer in 53 consecutive games, which is a franchise record.
After Clarkson’s free throw, he had 10 points on 4-14 shooting, including 2-9 from beyond the arc.
In addition to his scoring, Clarkson had four rebounds, five assists, and two steals during his first 25 minutes on the court.
Utah’s game against Miami is broadcast on AT&T SportsNet and 97.5 FM.
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