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San Antonio Spurs
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With 19.9 seconds remaining and the San Antonio Spurs trailing the Los Angeles Lakers 82-81 in the fourth quarter on Tuesday, the Spurs didn’t draw up a play for Tony Parker or Tim Duncan. On this night in Los Angeles, the Spurs drew up a play for Danny Green who was being defended by the Lakers’ Kobe Bryant. With Bryant not playing Green closely, Green made him pay.
The Spurs used a screen to free Green (11 points) for a 3-pointer that Bryant (28 points) was late to react to. By the time the ball sunk through the net, Bryant showed emotion and frustration on his face for giving up the basket.
The Lakers would have once more chance to score, but Kawhi Leonard played his best defense to keep the ball out of Bryant’s hands and so Pau Gasol had to take a forced jumper, and the Spurs won a thriller 84-82.
Here’s the rundown.
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The San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers were going back and forth all night but in the end a big time shot gave the Spurs the win. The Spurs dribble the ball up the court with 16 seconds left and ran some screens for Danny Green, who got wide open and hit the game winning three pointer in Kobe Bryant’s face with 9 seconds left. This gave the Spurs the 84-82 victory. Of all...
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