The fact of the matter is though that shot shouldn't have counted. He released the ball a nano-second before the buzzer and the clock didn't start until Harris took a couple dribbles. It was an amazing shot I will say that. There is no reason in this day and age for shots like that to count. The technology is there to get things rights.
i actually saw this replay on S.C. this morning and said holy shit that shot was insane. Talk about getting kicked in the nuts at the end. But this would not have happened if the Sixers defender was slightly more up in his face on D. He did give him a little to much room hence he managed to get the shot off and it wasn't deflected or knocked down. But what they didn't say was weather or not the sixers had any fouls to give which would have made the defender more aggressive in sticking the guy coming down on him. was this true or did he just simply give him too much space to work with?
Or the Sixers could have just hit some god damn free throws. Complaining about it is sour grapes. Hit your damn foul shots.
i see, that is a part of the game they left out all they showed and spoke of was the buzzer beater. would be nice to sometimes get into a little more game detail.
who really watches the sixers anyway??? I mean...really???
I only saw the end. I was actually out eating wings.