It appeared as if the back-and-forth Cleveland Cavs game against the Washington Wizards on February 6 was going to end in favor of the home team, but LeBron James had other ideas…after a big miss, that is.
James missed a wide-open layup, with a questionable no-call on a possible travel violation with just seconds remaining on the clock.
But LeBron shook it off and responded almost immediately.
After John Wall hit two free throws, down 3 points, LeBron took a long inbound pass from Kevin Love on the other end of the court and pulled up for a fadeaway 3-pointer, which banked off the corner of the backboard and into the basket, tying the game at 120-120. The improbable shot came with just 0.3 seconds remaining on the clock. The game went into overtime, but James fouled out almost right away.
James finished the game with 32 points, 17 assists and 7 rebounds, and Kyrie Irving finished off what James he started, guiding the Cavs to a 140-135 win.
Irving finished the game with 24 points and 5 assists, and the Cavs got a huge road victory.