Now that's how you close it out.
Over their last five games, the Utah Jazz had displayed a troubling tendency to build a big lead only to falter in the fourth quarter.
That was definitely not the case Wednesday night, though, as Utah put together a strong third quarter and then pulled away in the game's final minutes for a 116-101 victory over the Miami Heat.
"What I really liked [late in the game], to be honest with you, was the defense," Jazz head coach Quin Snyder said. "When we defend, we can get out in transition.