Keldon Johnson hit a game-winning shot with .3 seconds remaining in regulation to give the San Antonio Spurs a 110-108 win over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night at Chase Center.
The Warriors trailed by as many as 14 points in the game and clawed their way back in to tie the game with 2:49 remaining. The two teams traded a couple of baskets and a Jordan Poole layup evened the game at 107-107 with 54.4 seconds to go. From there, the game went wacky.
A Dejounte Murray miss gave the Warriors a chance to take the lead with under 30 seconds remaining. Klay Thompson missed a 22-footer, but an Otto Porter Jr. offensive rebound gave the Warriors a second chance to take the lead. Jordan Poole missed a deep three for the lead, but the Dubs secured another offensive rebound. This time, with Jonathan Kuminga making an incredible hustle play to save the ball and find Andrew Wiggins. Wiggins was almost immediately fouled and went to the free throw line with 3.0 seconds remaining. Wiggins made the first free throw, but missed the second, resulting in a Warriors 108-107 lead. As the second free throw came off of the rim, Warriors center Kevon Looney was charged with a foul on Jakob Poeltl. Poeltl, a 49 percent free throw shooter, tied the game at 108-108 on the first free throw. The center missed the second attempt with 2.4 seconds left, but a loose ball ended up in the hands of the Spurs’ Keldon Johnson who was able to bank in a shot with .3 seconds left on the clock to give the Spurs a win.