Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Klay Thompson hit a game-winning fall-away jumper with 0.6 seconds remaining against the Indiana Pacers.
Golden State’s Klay Thompson is normally known for his three-point shooting. But against the league-leading Indiana Pacers, it was his midrange game that earned his Warriors side a victory.
With 10.9 seconds remaining and the score tied at 96, Golden State inbounded the ball the Andre Iguodala at half court who swiftly swung the ball to Thompson.
Posting up the smaller George Hill, Thompson took a quick dribble before spinning onto his left shoulder and draining the go-ahead bucket with 0.6 seconds remaining.
Thompson had 16 points in the fourth quarter, finishing with 25 in the game.