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Sport Schroder stuns T-wolves on tying last-second shot

07:40  07 december  2019
07:40  07 december  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

Rajon Rondo fined for kicking Dennis Schroder, verbal abuse of referee

  Rajon Rondo fined for kicking Dennis Schroder, verbal abuse of referee Rondo had an eventful fourth quarter Friday night, one that now will affect his wallet.Rondo was ejected during the fourth quarter of the Los Angeles Lakers’ win in Oklahoma City. He kicked Dennis Schroder in the groin, cursed at an official, and took his sweet time leaving the court.

Steven Adams answered right back, tying the score five seconds later on a putback basket. That left the Wolves with a timeout, the ball and a pick-and-roll play that Towns and Wiggins worked on one side of Rubio’s shot was the 26th time in franchise history they’ve won a game on a last - second shot .

Last - second overtime shots ended their season each time. A year after their 111-game winning streak was stopped by a historic shot by Morgan Ogunbowale missed two free throws and Dangerfield tied it before Ogunbowale's game-winner. ''The amount of times that we had to come back tonight, both at

The Minnesota Timberwolves were 1.1 seconds away from celebration on the road against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Suddenly, everything changed on an unbelievable sequence with a game-tying layup at the buzzer by Dennis Schröder.

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After Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns missed his first free-throw attempt then drilled his second to take a two-point lead, the Thunder only had one shot to pull off the miracle. Steven Adams rocketed the ball downcourt to Schröder, who made a one-handed grab and then put it off the glass and sunk it as the shot clock expired.

The moment was a combination of an NFL-caliber pass with perfect precision by Adams and an Odell Beckham Jr.-like catch by Schröder. The 26-year-old’s ability to pull in the pass then put in the layup is simply remarkable and might go down as one of the best plays from the 2019-20 season.

Once the Thunder had the crowd and momentum on their side, it was over. Oklahoma City routed the Timberwolves in overtime 17-5 to celebrate a 139-127 victory at home, all thanks to that incredible sequence with one second left.

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Undermanned Seton Hall stuns No. 7 Maryland 52-48 .
Undermanned Seton Hall used a swarming, shot-blocking defense to stun No. 7 Maryland 52-48 Thursday night. The Pirates (7-4) held the Terrapins to 27% shooting, blocked 15 shots and forced 17 turnovers in ending a two-game losing streak and handing Maryland (10-2) its second straight loss.BOX SCORE: SETON HALL 52, NO. 7 MARYLAND 48Seton Hall seemed in control when Anthony Nelson hit a layup for a 49-42 edge with about a minute to play. Then the Pirates missed three free throws and turned the ball over, setting up Anthony Cowan Jr. to try a tying 3-pointer with 22 seconds left.

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