HUBERT DAVIS 3-POINTER WITH 0.4 FORCES OT (1994)
No. 4 – After a heated seven-game series in the 1994 playoffs, the Knicks and Bulls met again on Christmas later that year. Patrick Ewing scored 30 for the Knicks, but on the other side Scottie Pippen racked up 36 points, 16 rebounds, five steals and two blocks. Despite Pippen’s big game, the Knicks hung in there and only found themselves down three points with 3.3 seconds left. Anthony Mason heaved a Hail Mary pass the length of the court right into the hands of Steve Kerr, who for some reason decided to bat the ball forward. The ball ended up right in the hands of Hubert Davis, who pulled up and drained a 3-pointer with just 0.4 seconds left on the clock.
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