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Overtime? Hand in the face? Falling out of bounds? Shot clock expiring with the game on the line? That’s a job for J.R. Smith.
Smith made the go-ahead three with less than three seconds remaining in the first overtime period against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday, after LeBron James found him with a bullet pass that guided him to the left corner.
But in classic J.R. Smith fashion, he immediately surrendered the lead by fouling Paul George on the ensuing possession, and the contest went into double overtime tied at 114.