The gangly Corey Brewer carried the Timberwolves Friday night, scoring 51 points against a Houston squad disinterested in playing defense. Three of those points came from a deep, well-placed halftime buzzer-beater.
Here's a good example of a thing that is particularly cool about the NBA: the way one spectacular play can set off a chain reaction of events that crescendos with an entire arena losing its collective mind.
Oh, no big deal. Just Kevin Love grabbing a rebound and then seamlessly flicking a full-court outlet pass that hits Corey Brewer in stride.
Here are three things you don't want to do when you are a career 29-percent shooter from three-point range and you are playing in the last 14 seconds of the third quarter of an elimination playoff game:
A half-court heave from Corey Brewer went wide, but a streaking Rudy Fernandez was there to set things right. The Clippers hung on to win, but wins don't get you on YouTube.