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The Los Angeles Clippers are slumping at the wrong time of the season and not much is going right for them, well except this crazy buzzer-beating tip-in by Caron Butler.
In the waning seconds of the first half of last night’s game between the Clippers and the Indiana Pacers, Blake Griffin attempted a jump shot that lacked some power, luckily Butler was alert and made an incredible play. The Clippers lost the game 109-106 but at least they have this highlight.
Check the video out here:
H/T to Pro Basketball Talk for the video.
BEST OF MAXIM
During Monday night’s game against the Pacers, Caron Butler beat the buzzer at the half with what has to be one of the greatest tip-ins of the season. Blake Griffin attempted a jump shot with one second remaining, it ended up falling short but Butler was there for the incredible over-the-shoulder tip-in with .2 seconds left.
The Los Angeles Clippers were trailing the Indiana Pacers by a score of 51-41 with 3.6 seconds left in the half, when Blake Griffin was forced to shoot a tough jumper from the wing in order to beat the buzzer. Blake’s contested shot came up just short, but Clippers’ swingman, Caron Butler, was there to give the ball a little help.
Not a bad display of concentration, positioning...
Caron Butler had a pretty incredible backwards tip in off of a Blake Griffin air-ball as time expired in the first half. Despite the great effort, the Clippers still were down 51-43 at the end of the first half of play.
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