Durant, Oladipo & Westbrook Hit 3s in Last 14 Seconds of OKC vs. ORL to Force OT

October 30th, 2015 by Katie Richcreek Leave a reply »

We knew we missed the NBA, and now we remember why.

Kevin Durant, Victor Oladipo and Russell Westbrook each hit three-pointers in the final seconds of Friday night's Oklahoma City Thunder-Orlando Magic game to force overtime.

Durant kick-started the series, sinking his three-pointer with just under 14 seconds on the clock to tie the game at 114.

Oladipo responded nearly 10 seconds later with his own shot from downtown to retake the lead for the Magic.

But before anyone even had time to process just how clutch that was, Westbrook drained a deep three—and we mean deep. As in 40 feet deep, with less than one second to go to take it into overtime.

But that was just the first overtime, thanks to Oladipo, who sank a buzzer-beater of his own to force double overtime.

The Thunder held the Magic off, winning 139-136.

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