T.J. Warren hit a floater with to give the Suns a 122-120 lead over the Magic with 3:15 left in overtime last night.
Neither team scored again.
After Warren’s game-winner, Phoenix and Orlando combined to shoot 0-for-14 with three turnovers. It was the perfect combination of bad offense, good defense and luck.
With the Suns outscoring the Magic 4-2, this was the lowest-scoring overtime since Phoenix outscored the Spurs 5-1 in in 2013. Phoenix’s four points were the fewest by a team to win an overtime since the Celtics outscored the Hawks 4-2 in 2012.