Buzzer-beaters come in all shapes and sizes. Most occur on the basketball court. But the desperation heave unleashed by Denis Sefik in the final seconds of the Serbian Cup water polo tournament may be one of most incredible shots you've ever seen. The Red Star goalie — who won a silver medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics and a bronze in the 2008 Beijing Games — hurled a shot from one end of the pool to the other as time expired to break an 11-all tie with Radnicki Kragujevac. The ball skipped twice along the water and beat opposing goalie Zdravko Radic. Radnicki protested the play but judges upheld the result.
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Moving to the NBA, Manu Ginobili and Chandler Parsons engaged in one of the more emphatic dunk exchanges you'll probably ever see — or at least see the 36-year-old Ginobili be a part of. The San Antonio Spurs veteran got things started with a one-handed jam.
Ginobili later left the game with tightness in his left hamstring. Maybe attempting to defend Parsons' rebuttal had something to do with that.
Finally, Los Angeles Lakers fans received a nice piece of memorabilia during Tuesday night's game against the Indiana Pacers: a bobblehead of the late Dr. Jerry Buss, who would have turned 81 Monday. Here's a cute Vine the team posted:
Meanwhile, Oregon fans will receive a souvenir of Nike co-founder and alum Phil Knight on Saturday when the Ducks host one of Buss' alma mater, USC.
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