Kevin Durant sends Game 7 to overtime with clutch shot (Video)

Kevin Durant sends Game 7 to overtime with clutch shot (Video)

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Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant connected the game up at 109 points apiece with clutch chance at end of fourth quarter.
As the game clock ticked closer and closer to no, it looked like though the Milwaukee Bucks will pull away and protect the Game 7 win over the Brooklyn Nets. However after a stopped working play on an inbounds effort, the Nets had belongings of the ball down 109-107 with 6 seconds on the clock.

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That is all the time that Nets star Kevin Durant needed.
After getting the inbounds pass from Jeff Green, Durant went one-on-one with Bucks forward P.J. Tucker, spun around and unleashed a shot. The ball traveled to the basket apparently in sluggish motion, and it struck nothing but web to connect the game at 109 points apiece. As a result, Brooklyn and Milwaukee went to overtime.