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What is the Greatest Postseason Shot in Basketball History?

After Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard made one of the most iconic shots in NBA history, Clay Travis and the Outkick crew started discussing other notorious basketball shots they remember seeing LIVE, whether in person or on TV.

The first shot that came to mind to Clay was Michael Jordan’s memorable shot in the 1998 Finals over Bryon Russell in Game 6 in Salt Lake City that would end up winning Chicago the Finals and be forever immortalized as MJ’s final shot on the Bulls.

Danny G said the most unforgettable shot for him was Larry Johnson’s four-point play in Game 3 of the 1999 Eastern Conference Finals against the Indiana Pacers when the Knicks were down three in the dying seconds.

Roberto voted Derek Fisher’s game-winner in Game 5 of the 2004 Western Conference semifinals when the Lakers beat the Spurs after Fisher miraculously got off the shot with 0.4 seconds left.

Eddie Garcia is going Christian Laettner to beat Kentucky in 1992, and Dub is going with Ray Allen’s series-saving three-pointer in the 2013 NBA Finals.

Check out the audio below as listen to the crew mention more unforgettable plays.

What is the Greatest Postseason Shot in Basketball History?