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October 25, 2020

Tim Duncan favorite “lucky” shot that we don’t like to watch

The game five of 2004 playoffs between the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers was tough for Spurs fans to swallow. In the last seconds of the game, Kobe Bryant hits a long jumper to put the Lakers with a one-point lead. Then Tim Duncan answered a tough fadeaway over Shaquille O’Neal with .4 seconds left. Duncan revealed to Don Harris that it was his favorite shot of all time. He also called it a lucky one.

We know what happened next, Derek Fisher made one of the most impossible shots in the history of mankind.

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