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Top 10 Los Angeles Lakers Moments From 2012 Reviewed by Momizat on . 6. Derek Fisher's Clutch Game-Winning Three Against Dallas Fisher does it again! Derek Fisher reminded everyone that despite his veteran age, he can still hit t 6. Derek Fisher's Clutch Game-Winning Three Against Dallas Fisher does it again! Derek Fisher reminded everyone that despite his veteran age, he can still hit t Rating:
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6. Derek Fisher’s Clutch Game-Winning Three Against Dallas

Fisher does it again! Derek Fisher reminded everyone that despite his veteran age, he can still hit those tough, clutch shots that he has repeatedly done throughout his career. Last season, on January 16, 2012, Kobe once again threw it Fish to nail the game-winning three-pointer against the Dallas Mavericks.

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5. Pau Gasol Blocks Ray Allen’s Game-Winning Shot in Overtime

This was the best game-winning play for two reasons: 1. It was against the Celtics in Boston; and 2. It occurred on the defensive end. On February 9, 2012 with the game in overtime, the Celtics inbounded the ball to Paul Pierce, who threw up a shot that missed. Ray Allen quickly got the rebound and attempted to throw in a put-back layup, but Pau Gasol was there to reject Allen’s attempt, securing a one-point win against their historic rivals.

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