Based on the heart-pounding game winners we've seen the past few days, it looks like 2014 will be a good year for the NBA!
A few days into the New Year and we've already witnessed Andre Iguodala proving he’s got ice-cold blood running through his veins as he sank a dagger against the Atlanta Hawks. Brooklyn’s Joe “Joe Cool” Johnson reminded us why he’s worth every penny as he delivered against the Oklahoma Thunders, which happened just a day after Kevin Durant made a killer step-back jumper to seal a win against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Iggy sinks the game-winner at the buzzer
Mind you, we haven’t even included the two shots that destroyed the Portland TrailBlazers' holidays: Chris Bosh’s game-winning trey last December 29 and Tyreke Evans clutch jumper with only 1.2 seconds left on the clock a few days later.
And because we we will never get tired of watching buzzer beaters, we compiled the 10 Greatest NBA Game Winners in recent memory. See ‘em ice-cold daggers below!
1. Hero Ball works if you're named Carmelo Anthony
April 9, 2012: with the Knicks down three with only 15 seconds left, Anthony takes matters into his own hands and sinks a three, sending the game into overtime. But Melo's heroics didn't stop there. He sinks another three in OT to seal the game for good.
2. Why Cleveland wants King James back
Back when LeBron James was still in Cleveland, he did many good things for the Cavs, like this game-winning buzzer-beater against the Orlando Magic during the 2009 Eastern Conference Playoffs.
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