Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams entered play on Thursday with 5,020 career points over seven very productive NBA seasons. But zero of those points came via the three-point shot. Adams had attempted just 10 three-pointers, making zero.

Well, Adams finally made his first triple on Thursday night, and he did so in incredible fashion.

In the final seconds of the first half, Adams nailed a shot from several feet beyond half-court to beat the buzzer.

That’s a heck of a touch pass from deep.

Adams had a double-double, finishing with 11 points and 11 rebounds in the Thunder’s 123-118 win.

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