VIDEO: Luis Scola throws the ball off Paul Pierce for the win

The Pacers were up just one point vs. the Nets after a furious comeback by Brooklyn. They needed to just inbound the ball with .04 seconds remaining. As soon as it touched a player, the clock would expire. Brooklyn would have to intercept and shoot immediately, a la Derek Fisher to get a shot up for the win. 

But funny thing about that rule. It doesn't matter who the ball touches. As Luis Scola demonstrated in a Pacers win. 

Let's see that again. 

Pacers win 97-96.

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Matt Moore's colleagues have been known to describe him as a "maniac" in terms of his approach to covering the NBA, which he has done for CBS Sports since 2010. Moore prides himself on melding reporting,... Full Bio

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