Found November 16, 2013 on Los That Sports Blog:
PLAYERS: Joe Johnson
TEAMS: Brooklyn Nets

Tweet The 2013-2014 season hasn’t gotten off to the start the overhauled Brooklyn Nets expected, but mainstay Joe Johnson did his part to get Brooklyn on track with this buzzer-beating floater to give them a thrilling 100-98 win over the Phoenix Suns Friday night: How Phoenix let Johnson dribble the length of the floor in less than five seconds for a layup in beyond us. This is the second loss the Suns have suffered this week due to poor defense, and if they don’t correct this issue soon this most likely won’t be the last one. Nonetheless, Johnson deserves credit for making the play in the clutch. -ALR


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