Gary Harris’s buzzer-beating three-pointer earned Denver a 127-124 win and fouled a would-be legend-making three hit seconds earlier by Paul George to draw Oklahoma City even with the Nuggets.
The scene is the gym of Evanston Township High School, in Evanston, Illinois, a Chicago suburb. The Evanston, uhh, Wildkits are down 44-42 to the visiting Hawks of Maine South, with seconds on the game clock and Maine South at the free throw line. Have a look at this craziness:
Sacramento rookie De’Aaron Fox had an absolutely wonderful put-back slam to win the game for the Kings tonight in Miami.
Keita Bates-Diop’s desperation, long-range three with five seconds remaining drew Ohio State tied with visiting Penn State before Nittany Lion guard Tony Carr threw up his own long-range shot that went in off the glass as time expired and earned Penn State an 82-79 win over the 13th-ranked Buckeyes.
You like buzzer-beaters. Of course you do. Last night, in a rivalry game between St. Charles East and St. Charles North, in, umm, St. Charles, Illinois, East came back from a 12 point deficit to tie the game at 47 with just over a minute remaining. The teams traded buckets and free throws over the next 60 seconds,…
Chris Chiozza, no stranger to the dramatic, gave his Florida Gators an important SEC win over Missouri when he stole the ball with four seconds left and the game tied at 75 and made a game-winning layup that silenced the Tigers faithful.
Ball State’s Taylor Persons nailed a spectacular three with 1.7 seconds remaining in a tie game to upset number-nine ranked Notre Dame in South Bend tonight, giving his Cardinals their first-ever win in 10 tries against the Fighting Irish. The final score was 80-77, in a game Notre Dame was favored to win by 17.
The Texas Longhorns, despite being down 33-54 with 15 minutes to go in their game this afternoon against Gonzaga, fought all the way back to just outside striking distance, down by five with 10 seconds to play.
The L.A. Kings had 0.9 seconds last night to try to score off an overtime faceoff before their 1-1 game with Boston would head to a shootout.
After the Clippers squandered a nine-point halftime lead over the course of the third quarter and slipped behind the Trail Blazers in the fourth, Blake Griffin stepped up to play the hero—grabbing a Patrick Beverly pass to drain a buzzer-beating 25-footer and seal the win for Los Angeles.
The Rockets were losing for all of the final 18 minutes of their game against Philadelphia tonight, but after the clock hit zeros, Houston was celebrating the win. That’s because, on the game’s last possession, Eric Gordon sidestepped Joel Embiid’s upright arm and delivered a tricky corner three to seal a Rockets’…
Iowa’s dreams of upsetting Penn State came crashing down as Trace McSorley completed a 65-yard two-minute drill with a touchdown pass to Juwan Johnson on fourth down and with no time remaining on the clock.
Ola Toivonen took advantage of a Hugo Lloris blunder as the Swedish striker (who plays in Ligue 1) hammered in a strike from midfield while the French keeper scrambled, and failed, to stop it as the clock expired on stoppage time at Friends Arena in Stockholm.
What looked to be another NBA conference final blowout turned into a shocking Celtics win after Boston erased a 20-point deficit and beat the Cavaliers in Cleveland on Avery Bradley’s last-second three-pointer.
Joe Johnson’s floater as time expired erased a heroic shot by Chris Paul to tie the game and gave the fifth-seeded Utah Jazz a 97-95 Game 1 win over the Clippers in Los Angeles.
Oh yeah, no way this guy is the MVP.
UConn is out of the NCAA tournament and its 111-game winning streak is over after Morgan William hit a buzzer-beater at the end of overtime to send Mississippi State to the women’s championship game by the score of 66-64.
It took us until the last game of the Sweet Sixteen, but we finally got the crazy ending we’ve been waiting for as Florida’s Chris Chiozza raced the length of the court in four seconds to hit a game-winning three-pointer and give his Gators squad an 84-83 win over Wisconsin. Zak Showalter, your time in the limelight…
Zak Showalter hit a miracle three with two seconds remaining to send his Wisconsin team to overtime against a Florida Gators squad that led throughout the second half. He followed it up with a certain branded signature gesture aimed at Aaron Rodgers, in attendance and rooting on the Badgers. Here’s how the call…
Champlin Park High School came into the opening game of the Minnesota state tournament undefeated, and they left undefeated, thanks to a last-gasp buzzer-beater from senior guard Sam Dubois. The Rebels came back from an eight-point halftime hole with the help of 30 points from McKinley Wright, who missed a runner at…