John Wall stood atop the scorer's table, popping his jersey, yelling and celebrating his 3-pointer with 3.5 seconds left for the go-ahead basket that put his Washington Wizards into a Game 7 against the Boston Celtics.
Home-court advantage has been the one constant in the best-of-seven set, even though it hasn't mattered much for the rest of the playoffs.
The NBA released its Last Two Minute Report for Game 6 of the teams' Eastern Conference semifinal series Saturday, and it turns out an extra second ran off between when Kelly Olynyk was fouled and when the clock stopped on the final possession.
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They say anything can happen in a Game 7, and that certainly rings true for the upcoming contest at TD Garden in Boston.
The play in question came when the Celtics inbounded the ball with 3.5 seconds remaining and the Wizards holding onto their one-point lead thanks to John Wall's late three-pointer.
However, Wall's heroics would give the Wizards the win and send the series to a do or die game seven.
The home team has won every game of the series so far.
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After quietening talk of a funeral on Friday with his game victor, Wall will hope to put the final nail in the Celtics' coffin tomorrow.
And shortly after sinking what might have been the biggest shot of his entire career, Wall spoke with ESPN and ripped the Celtics players for showing up for the game in black. But that's when Wall pulled up off the dribble with a three-point shot from 26 feet, right in the face of Celtics guard Avery Bradley to steal the victory.
The Celtics will be absolutely kicking themselves that they weren't able to come away with the win in Game 6 but they'll have to regroup in a hurry to avoid losing the series altogether.
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