VIDEO: Nets' Joe Johnson goes hunting against the Bucks
Brooklyn Nets' guard Joe Johnson ties the game against the Milwaukee Bucks with a 3-pointer to send it to overtime, then hits the game-winner.
Say what you will about the contract Brooklyn Nets' guard Joe Johnson has, but the guy has a knack for knocking down clutch shots. With the Nets down three to the Milwaukee Bucks and just a few seconds left on the clock, Brooklyn inbounded the ball to Deron Williams, who then waited for Johnson to run his man into Andray Blatche's screen before passing him the ball.
From there, Johnson turned toward the basket and launched a game-tying 3-pointer that went through the hoop with 1.3 seconds left. Pretty great shot, right?
But that's not all!
With the game tied at 111 and just 5.2 seconds left, Johnson took the inbound pass, crossed over on Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, and buried the game-winner as the buzzer sounded.
These two teams play in Milwaukee on Monday night. I'd maybe double Johnson at the end of the game if it's close and make somebody else be the hero.
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