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Klay Thompson Uses Nice Spin Move, Sinks Game-Winning Shot Against Pacers

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Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistMarch 5, 2014

Tuesday night's game between the Golden State Warriors and the Indiana Pacers came down to the final seconds. Golden State had the ball with the game tied at 96-all with 10.9 seconds remaining, but the ball didn't go to Stephen Curry.

The Warriors' Klay Thompson got the ball with about five seconds left, made a nice spin move to create space and sank the game-winning shot.

Indiana entered the game with the NBA's best home record. Golden State wasn't fazed and came out with a 98-96 victory.

[Beyond the Buzzer]

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