The Brooklyn Nets were in dire need of a bucket, and reserve guard Jarrett Jack delivered in crunch time.
Jack, a former Golden State Warrior, nailed a two-pointer over Stephen Curry with 1.1 seconds left to give the Nets a 110-108 win over the team with the NBA’s best record.
The Warriors would get a chance to tie or go for the win, and they looked to their MVP candidate to deliver a big play. Curry had the opportunity to knot the score up at 108-108 on a layup, but stepped awkwardly and wasn’t able to get his shot off in time.
Jack finished the victory with 9 points and 5 assists off the bench.