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Video: Thrilling end of Suns win… Nash will rip your heart out

Apr 5, 2012, 11:39 AM EDT

While you were watching the Heat and the Thunder and the abuse of Pau Gasol by Blake Griffin, Utah and Phoenix were putting on a show.

Al Jefferson and Steve Nash were trading buckets at the end, but when it came down to the final shot Nash got the loose ball, split two defenders and hit the 15-foot leaner for the win. Because he is a witch. One that can defy father time. (Somebody is going to give him what he wants this summer.)

Thanks to Dan Devine at Ball Don’t Lie for the video (I tried to find it last night to no avail).

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