Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant tied the game at 109 points apiece with a decisive blow late in the fourth quarter.
As the game clock ticked closer and closer to zero, it looked like the Milwaukee Bucks were about to walk away and secure a Game 7 win over the Brooklyn Nets. But after a botched play on an on-field attempt, the Nets had possession down 109-107 with six seconds left.
That’s all the time Nets star Kevin Durant needed.
After receiving the on-field pass from Jeff Green, Durant went one-on-one with Bucks forward PJ Tucker, turned around and fired a shot. The ball traveled to the basket apparently in slow motion, hitting nothing but the net to tie the game at 109 points apiece. As a result, Brooklyn and Milwaukee went into overtime.
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