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See, hear Doncic’s game-winning shot vs. Celtics from multiple angles

We all knew a Luka Magic apperance in Doncic’s fourth season would simply be a matter of when, not if.

The first flash finally appeared Saturday night when Doncic drained a game-winning three-pointer to lift the Mavericks over the Celtics, 107-104.

Fourth-quarter Doncic has become bad luck for Boston lately. In two home games against the Celtics this calendar year, Doncic has nailed two game-winning, buzzer-beating 3-pointers. The latest capped his best offensive performance of the season — 33 points, nine rebounds and five assists on 12 of 21 field goals — and helped the Mavericks stave off the Celtics’ late upset threat.

Relive the magical moment with videos showing the buzzer-beater from alternate angles and see reactions from across the sports world:

Hear the call via Bally Sports Southwest

Call from the Boston broadcast

Natural audio, via Dallas Mavericks

Alternate angle video from MFFL

Alternate angle from courtside, via

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Bam Adebayo stuns Nets with game-winning buzzer beater

The Brooklyn Nets were determined to sweep the season series against the Miami Heat in their matchup on Sunday, but the Heat had other things in mind. Despite not having Jimmy Butler, the defending Eastern Conference champions made it difficult on the Nets from the start.

Miami led by as many as seven in the first half. As the Heat kept applying pressure, some bad bad news struck the Nets. Kevin Durant had to exit the game with a thigh contusion after starting the game 3-3 from the field with 8 points.

Players on Brooklyn seemed down about the news, but Landry Shamet took it upon himself the find the much needed energy to keep everyone’s hopes up. He went off for 18 points on 7-10 shooting in the first half. As he caught momentum, the rest of the team followed his lead, even Kyrie Irving who started the game

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The anatomy of ‘Hail Murray’: How Kyler Murray, DeAndre Hopkins concocted Cardinals’ game-winning catch

Kyler Murray’s Hail Mary to DeAndre Hopkins was so incredible that when “SportsCenter” teased its Top 10 Plays the day after, they played a highlight of the catch with an anchor saying, “Well, I think we know which play is going to be number one.”

“SportsCenter” almost never reveals its No. 1 play. Oftentimes, the teaser highlight doesn’t even make the cut. But in this case, there was absolutely zero doubt that the play of the weekend (and maybe of the entire 2020 NFL season) was the Cardinals’ game-winning pass to beat the Bills in Week 10.

It was quickly dubbed “Hail Murray,” even though elements of the play weren’t traditional Hail Mary aspects, and also ignoring the crucial role in the play Hopkins played. But it’s got a nice ring to it, so that’s fine. This is our breakdown of “Hail Murray,” one of the greatest game-winning

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