Found February 21, 2012 on Fox Sports North:
They might not have been the final points of the game, but they were the last that mattered. There was no more fitting person to score them. When Corey Brewer, who spent the first three and a half seasons of his career in Minnesota, stepped to the free throw line with 16 seconds remaining in Denver's 103-101 overtime win over the Timberwolves, it was a one-possession game. The Nuggets led, 97-95, but with two flicks of Brewer's wrist, the game was out of reach or at least it should have been. Brewer's points pushed the game to one of swats and shoves, the Timberwolves fouling the Nuggets in a last, desperate attempt to push their record above .500. It was one of those games where a team must hope for the impossible, and somehow, the Timberwolves got it, in the form of a last-second steal by Martell Webster. But what was more unexpected than Webster's steal was what he did with the ball. Down by three, 102-99, Webster did the unthinkable: he went for the easy dunk...

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This Martell Webster breakaway dunk, down by 3, cuts Denver's lead to 1. Yay.

The Denver Nuggets were up 102-99 with 4.9 seconds last night when Minnesota Timberwolves' guard Martell Webster stole the ball. Do the math. Yeah, he dunked it. Every time you check your email,... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

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