Chris Paul took over during the fourth quarter of the Los Angeles Clippers’ 101-95 win over the Brooklyn Nets Saturday at Staples Center, scoring 17 of his 29 points in the period, including an incredible shot to seal the win with 22 seconds left.
Paul went around Deron Williams and stopped in the key to take a shot with 22 seconds left and the Clippers up 94-92. After realizing that both Reggie Evans and Brook Lopez had their hands up to block his attempt, Paul pulled the ball down, waited for their hands to clear, and let go of the ball just before he hit the ground. His shot went in, and he was fouled and went to the line to complete the 3-point play.
That was easily one of the most incredible double-clutches I have seen. It might even make up for his embarrassing flop during the week.
H/T LBS contributor Gene
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