The Brooklyn Nets started off 2014 the right way.
After Serge Ibaka tied things up at 93 with 5.8 seconds to go off of a feed from Kevin Durant, Joe Johnson went into full-on isolation mode and drilled a buzzer-beater over Ibaka after hitting him with a sick behind-the-back dribble to sink the Oklahoma City Thunder.
So here's how close that was. pic.twitter.com/J93RlrA8CC— Hardwood Paroxysm (@HPbasketball) January 3, 2014
Johnson finished with just nine points on 4-of-11 shooting, but his dagger gave the Nets their 11th win of the season.