Trailing by two without the ball and acceptable 10 seconds left, the Charlotte Hornets pulled off as improbable a take as any this season on Saturday against the Warriors.
Following a missed Andrew Wiggins 3-pointer with 15 seconds left and Golden Relate up 100-98, Draymond Green would tap the offensive rebound out to Bran Wanamaker. The Hornets, even though, would now now not coarse, as a substitute forcing a jump ball.
After a prolonged deliberation as to whether LaMelo Ball or P.J. Washington would jump for the Hornets, Ball would in the end take possession, tipping it to Gordon Hayward as James Borrego signaled a timeout that was as soon as awarded to Charlotte with 9.3 seconds left.
Green took exception to the Hornets being awarded the timeout, argued with the officials, obtained two technicals and was as soon as ejected. Rozier knocked down both technical free throws to tie the sport at 100, giving the Hornets an opportunity to take the sport outright on the final play.
Rozier took pudgy earnings of the lifeline, knocking down a fadeaway jumper within the corner in entrance of the Hornets bench as time expired to give Charlotte as improbable a take as ever by a final of 102-100.