Jimmy Butler did it again for the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday night.
As time wound down during a high-scoring game against the Brooklyn Nets, Butler again took over in the fourth quarter and used his nerves of steel to hit the shot of the game.
With the 76ers down by one point and just 10 seconds left on the clock, Butler did what he does best from the same spot on the floor where he beat the Charlotte Hornets on Nov. 17.
In a simple 1-4 flat set, Butler isolated for the win with a step back 3-pointer over Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. Here’s how the play looked on the floor.
Philadelphia is now 5-2 since trading for Butler.