Iguodala hits game winner after clutch 3 pointer by Westbrook
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In the NBA, you can’t say “for the win” when a player takes a shot with 4 seconds left on the clock. Jeff Green only needed .6 to pull off a game winner and Andre Iguodala and the Warriors had 2.3 to work with after Russell Westbrook hit a clutch 3 pointer. 2.3 seconds was just enough time for a fade away 16 footer by Iggy. The 1 point win for the Warriors was a heartbreaker for the Thunder who went on a 23-8 run in the 4th and made 12 of their first 14 3-pointers.
The defender was on the top side, denying me the ball, to catch it on the perimeter. It was great that Klay made the pass. We both read the same thing, and I got a good corner shot with a good look.”
– Andre Iguodala