Saturday's NBA playoff action started and finished with two games that went right down to the final buzzer. In the opener of the postseason, LeBron James and the Cavs edged Indiana by one point, although the Pacers had a final shot to win it. In the final game on Saturday's schedule, the Utah Jazz got a game-winner from one of their star reserves. Unfortunately, the team also lost one of their main stars during the night. Here's a look at how the Utah Jazz upset the Los Angeles Clippers to take the first installment of their seven-game series.

How the Jazz got the win

Joe Johnson is a multiple-time All-Star who played for several teams including the Brooklyn Nets and Atlanta Hawks.

He's known for making clutch shots and did just that on Saturday night. Johnson drove to the basket and put up a shot that got the soft roll just as time was expiring. That gave the Utah Jazz a huge upset win in Game 1 by a final score of 97-95.

Johnson not only got the game winner but finished with 21 points off the bench along with six rebounds to boost the Jazz. Starter Gordon Hayward added 19 points and ten rebounds for a double-double. Hayward was 7-for-18 for his field goals and knocked down five shots from the charity stripe. Other Jazz players chipping in were George Hill with 16 points and Derrick Favors off the bench contributing 15 points while getting six rebounds.

Unfortunately with the win also came a loss for the team.

Early in the game NBA Defensive Player of the Year frontrunner Rudy Gobert banged legs or knees with a Clippers player and crumpled to the court. A pass that had been intended for the open Gobert was thrown out of bounds as he was clearly unable to continue. Gobert was eventually helped off the court by teammates to the back locker room.

It was later reported that he suffered a "hyperextension of his left knee and bone bruise" so Utah will have to continue without this star.

For the losing side, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin combined for 51 points. Paul also dished out 11 assists and hauled in seven rebounds while DeAndre Jordan had a double-double of 10 points and 15 boards.

Jordan also knocked down both free throw shots he had. However, the Clippers bench gave just 20 points compared to 47 from Utah's in this upset win.

The next game

These two teams will meet against at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday night. Game 2 start time is scheduled for 10:30 p.m. Eastern Time with TNT showing the live telecast. As of this report, the home team Clippers are already favorites by 7.5-points to win.

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