Top 5 Greatest Buzzer Beaters in Lakers History

Top 5 Greatest Buzzer Beaters in Lakers History


3. Kobe hit two buzzer beaters vs. Phoenix Suns: April 30, 2006 (First Round, Game 4)

With the Lakers down two in the fourth quarter, they needed possession of the ball and a two-pointer to send the game to overtime. Smush Parker coming up with the steal and got the ball to Kobe Bryant.

Kobe took the ball down court on a fast-break and hit a tough lay-up to send the game to overtime. In overtime with the ball being held up and a tip was about to take place, the Lakers needed the ball to win the game.

Luckily for the Lakers the tip was Luke Walton vs. Steve Nash. Walton tipped the ball to Kobe, who ran to the elbow on the key where he got a shot off over two defenders. You know the rest.


2. Derek Fisher 0.4 Buzzer Beater vs. San Antonio Spurs Spurs: May 13, 2004 (Western Conference Finals)

After an amazing shot by Tim Duncan over Shaquille O’Neal, the game appeared to be over with only 0.4 seconds up on the clock.

It would take a miracle to get the ball out of a player’s hand and in to the basket with that little amount of time.

The ball came to Derek Fisher, who quickly shot the ball with the buzzer going off. The shot went in and Fisher sprinted off the court with his arms in the air.


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