The Bucks’ title run has fans thinking ‘what if’ over Kevin Durant’s Game 7 shot

It often takes time to reflect and assess how important a single second can be in a season. In the case of Kevin Durant and of course for Nets fans, his heroic shot at the end of regulation in Game 7 against the Bucks.
When the clock ran down there were six seconds left. Everyone in the building knew who the ball was going to. It was then that Net's striker Jeff Green hit the ball at Durant. The 32-year-old dribbled through contact on PJ Tucker before turning on the top of the key for a fadeaway jumper. Three ... two ... one: BANG! The shot was good, but was Durant behind the line? Unfortunately for the Nets, it wasn't. His foot was an inch from the shot, which was rated three.
Even though he lost Kyrie Irving in Game 4 of the series. Despite grimacing in pain, James Harden was pacing up and down the court with a grade 2 thigh sprain. With this recording, the series could have been decided. Instead, the Brooklyn Nets will now have to wait until next season to get dressed and do it all over again.
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Brooklyn Nets
NBA
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2. East
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48-24
Milwaukee Bucks
NBA
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1. East
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46-26
Kevin Durant
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