The New York Knicks sent the city rival Brooklyn Nets to their fifth loss in a row on Tuesday night, and did so in part thanks to this clutch 3-pointer by veteran Jason Kidd with just 24 ticks left on the clock.
Kidd and the Knicks escaped the Barclays Center with a thrilling 100-97 victory to improve their record to 16-5 on the season. The Nets fell to 11-9.
Kidd scored 18 points in the contest, all of which came via 6-8 shooting from the three-point line, and even managed to draw a foul on the game-winning play. He ended up missing the free throw, but it proved to be irrelevant.
The two teams will hook up once again on December 19 in Madison Square Garden.