Shooter: Robert Horry
Game: Game 4, 2002 Western Conference Finals
Things weren't looking so good. The Lakers were on a mission to threepeat, but the Sacramento Kings had plans of their own. Up 2-1, Sac Town came to Staples to bury the champs, busting out to a 24-point lead. But what's a trip to Hollywood without drama? The Lakers would come storming back, and, down by two with seconds remaining, Kobe drove the lane. Then Shaq attempted a put back. Then, there was Horry. Game over. Afterward, Vlade Divac would say "It was a lucky shot. That doesn't take any skill." Horry's response? "I've been doing this my whole career. You better tell him to read a paper or something." Word. And maybe he wouldn't have been so "lucky" if you just grabbed the rebound, Vlade.