Gary Neal of the San Antonio Spurs is not shy about taking jumpers in any game setting. That includes the NBA Finals. After a productive 11-point first half in Game 3 against the Miami Heat, Neal found himself streaking up the left side of the court as the final seconds of the second quarter were ticking away. Tony Parker found him on the left wing, and Neal released the shot with about a second left.
Neal knocked down the shot to give him 14 first-half points in just 14 minutes on the court. He took 10 shots in the half and knocked down five, going 4 of 6 from 3-point range.
On the possession before Neal's buzzer-beater, Parker knocked down a corner 3-pointer to give the Spurs a three-point lead. Neal's shot put the Spurs up 50-44 at the half.