The Sacramento Kings got an exciting win at the buzzer over the Cleveland Cavaliers, thanks to a Harrison Barnes three.

Down one with 1.6 seconds left, the Kings made a last ditch effort to get the ball down the length of the court. With a one-handed throw, De’Aaron Fox launched the ball perfectly to Barnes. Barnes caught the ball but he had Dean Wade on him so he couldn’t get an open shot.

With Collin Sexton closing in and time running out, Barnes’ only option was to turn, shoot for three, and hope for the best. And that’s just what happened as Barnes made the shot and the Kings won the game.

 

 

It was Barnes’ only three point field goal of the game but it was the one that got the win and it’s one that’ll certainly go on the highlight reel.

[Photo: @NBA]

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