Seriously, how many more times can Russell Westbrook do this?
A couple nights after leading the Thunder back from 13 down in the final three-and-a-half minutes and hitting a game-winner to sink the Mavericks, Westbrook brought his team back from 14 down in the final six minutes against the Magic, and sent the game to overtime with this ridiculous sequence, which saw him sky for a defensive rebound, drive the other way, and pull up from 31 feet out.
The three also happened to give him 50 points for the game. He added seven more in overtime while bumping his assist and rebound totals into double-digits to finish with the highest-scoring triple-double in recorded NBA history. The Thunder - who'd trailed by as many as 21 points in the second half - won it 114-106.