Every time the Los Angeles Lakers started knocking on the door in the fourth quarter of Wednesday night's game, the Utah Jazz had an answer ...

Foye for 3!

Indeed, the Jazz had squandered most of their double-digit lead, and Kobe Bryant and the boys from La-la Land were threatening to overtake them down the stretch. But Utah had ...

Foye for 3!

Three times in the final period, the Lakers crept within five points, and the EnergySolutions Arena crowd couldn't help but get more than a little anxious. No worries, though, because there was ...

Foye for 3!

Randy Foye, a veteran 6-foot-4 guard who's in his seventh NBA season but his first one in Utah, splashed in four 3-pointers in the final period to help the Jazz turn back the Lakers' repeated rallies and come away with a 95-86 victory that snapped Utah's three-game losing streak and dropped L.A. to a surprising 1-4 start this season.