Take a trip down memory lane as we share a crazy moment at the podium, an amazing posterization, an absolute on-court fail or a memorable shooting performance from the postseason of the National Basketball Association in This Day in NBA Playoffs History.

Throughout his NBA career, Robert Horry earned the nickname "Big Shot Rob" for his ability to ignore the pressure of the big moment and knock down the clutch shot time and time again. But there may not have been a more pivotal performance than what he did in Game 5 of the 2005 NBA Finals against the Detroit Pistons. With Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker struggling from the field, going 12/31 combined, Horry picked up the slack by converting one pivotal basket after another. 

Then, in overtime, with the Pistons up by two and only 9.4 seconds left, Big Shot Rob was at it again, rattling in a game-winning three-pointer to give the Spurs a 3-2 series lead. 

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