Justin Holiday (29/13) hits game winner to keep Warriors streak (16) alive

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| July 13th, 2014 | 1,423 Views

This is what you don’t want to do in a summer league game: shoot an airball with less than 10 seconds to go when the score is tied and a streak is on the line.

This is what you do want to do in a summer league game to get a job: be at the right place at the right time so you can make a game-winner when your teammate failed to do so.

The scenarios above happened yesterday as Justin Holiday caught an airball by Nemanja Nedovic and made a bucket with 3.1 seconds left  to give the Warriors a 2 point lead.

The win kept the Warriors Summer League game winning streak going at 16 (I have also heard it was 17 & 18 but the NBA says it’s 16 and goes back to 2010) and will hopefully lead to bigger and better things for Holiday who has played on numerous D-League teams and dominated last night with 29 points and 13 rebounds.





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