Found January 28, 2013 on
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With the game tied at 94, Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas sunk a game-winning floater to give Sacramento a 96-94 victory over the Wizards:
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WASHINGTON -- With defenders unable to slow down the shortest player on the floor late in the game, logic dictated Isaiah Thomas would help the Sacramento Kings crown the Wizards once again. Recognizing a one-on-one matchup in his favor with the score tied, the 5-foot-9 guard did exactly that. Thomas scored 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter and made the winning floater...
Isaiah Thomas made a floater with a second to play, capping a seesaw finish as the Sacramento Kings broke a four-game losing streak with a 96-94 win over the Washington Wizards on Monday night.
Thomas dribbled down the clock after the Wizards tied the game on Martell Webster's short jumper with 7.9 seconds to play, then drove down the middle and put the ball in with a soft touch...
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kings 96 wizards 94
1/28/2013 - Verizon Center, Washington, DC
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(Photo by Ned Dishman)
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