Nov 2, 2012, 12:16 AM EDT
This was a game the Thunder very much could have won. Most watching would say they should have won, but Tony Parker had other ideas.
With the game tied at 84 and with less than six seconds remaining, Parker began the Spurs’ final possession on the far side of the floor. He curled baseline and popped out to the perimeter, where he was left wide open to attempt the game-winning shot, one that he calmly drained to give his team its second win to start the season in as many nights.
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