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The first 47:30 of the Warriors-Suns game was mostly forgettable, but the final half minute had as much drama as you could ever hope for. Down two, the Warriors got four cracks at the basket—good defensive rebounding, Suns—with Stephen Curry finally nailing a three with eight seconds remaining:

But on the ensuing Suns possession, the Warriors completely fell asleep on defense, letting Eric Bledsoe go baseline for the easy layup:

The Warriors designed their final play for Curry (obviously) but he couldn’t shake free, leading to an incredibly ugly, but effective, Harrison Barnes game-winner:



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