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The Washington Wizards are just 5-28 this season but last night they beat the best team in the NBA thanks to rookie Bradley Beal.
With the game tied at 99 the Wizards had the ball with 11 seconds left. They got the ball into the hands of Beal and let him work his magic. When Beal made his move to the basket he pumped faked his defender near the foul line. Then he leaned into a made a one handed shot to give the Wizards a 2 point victory.
Beal finished the game with 22 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists.
What is becoming a nightly occurrence the Kevin Durant crossover. Durant did it again last night in the Thunder’s disappointing loss to the Wizards. Check it out below. After he crossovered Trevor Ariza he drove to the basket and threw down a left handed dunk.
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(Youtube Video Courtesy of Daily Thunder)
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