Every team wishes they could have a guy like LeBron to make them a last-second shot in a close game, but most of the teams in the NBA do not have this pleasure.
In the Bulls-Nuggets game last night the score was 90-89 with 0.3 on the clock with the Bulls having the ball. I was amazed to see that the man they had taking their last-second shot was none other than Brad Miller.Yes I said it not John Salmons, Kirk Hinrich, or Derrick Rose, but Brad Miller. Miller gets the ball passed to him from Hinrich and when he starts his shot there is 0.1 on the clock at least how I saw it and the ball drops in the basket. The refs decide that he started the shot after the clock had buzzed and that the Bulls had lost the game.
The fact that Brad Miller, a center/power forward took a last second shot to try and win a game for his team brought me to thinking about The Top Five Last-Second Shooters In The NBA Today.