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Richardson's layup lifts Heat past Jazz, 103-102

The last Miami play was designed by Heat coach Erik Spoelstra to put the ball in Josh Richardson's hands, and with it came the right to decide who would take his team's biggest shot of the game.

He chose himself.

It was the right call.

Richardson's layup with 5.1 seconds left capped a Miami rally from eight points down in the fourth, Donovan Mitchell missed a jumper for Utah at the buzzer and the Heat simply stole one in the final moments to beat the Utah Jazz 103-102 on Sunday.

"He drew it up for me and I was kind of surprised," Richardson said.

So surprised, in fact, that Richardson emerged from that huddle telling Wayne Ellington and Tyler...