Simone Fontecchio dunked with 1.4 seconds remaining off Nickeil Alexander-Walker’s steal and the Utah Jazz beat the Golden State Warriors 124-123 on Wednesday night in a breathless finish.

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The Warriors had led 113-109 with 13.3 seconds left after a Jordan Poole free-throw.

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But Malik Beasley, who had 18 points for Utah, made a three-pointer with 7.8 seconds to play.

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Alexander-Walker then slapped the ball away from Poole, Beasley picked up the loose ball and threw it ahead to Fontecchio sprinting to the basket.

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“I couldn’t imagine anything like that. Just an amazing feeling, really happy and excited the way we got there,” said Fontecchio, a rookie from Italy who will be 27 on Friday.

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He finished with a career-high 18 points, and made four three-pointers.

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Poole tied a season high with 36 points for Golden State and Jonathan Kuminga had a season-high 24.

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Golden State coach Steve Kerr said his team needed to be more disciplined in tight games. “You got to close it.

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