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MANILA, Philippines – What was one of the most exciting games so far this NBA season also had an unforgettable ending.
The Dallas Mavericks and Sacramento Kings needed double overtime to settle a winner on Wednesday, January 6. With just 1.3 seconds remaining on the clock and Sacramento ahead 116-114, Dallas went to its veteran point guard, Deron Williams, to lead them to victory.
It wasn’t easy, but “D-Will” got the job done.
The shot was more difficult considering Williams had to first pump fake a leaping Rudy Gay out of his way, and then get a shot up in time with only 0.9 remaining on the clock.
Williams’ attempt was clearly more rushed than his usual shooting motion, but the ball hit nothing but net, so Dallas fans still got to go home pleased.
Can’t say the same for Sacramento.
Williams had 25 points and 4 assists in the win, while DeMarcus Cousins led the Kings with 35 points and 17 rebounds. – Rappler.com