Watch: Pat Connaughton makes clutch 3 late in Game 4 of NBA Finals

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The NBA Finals have become a best-of-3 series after the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Phoenix Suns, 109-103, in Game 4. One reason the game turned out the way it did was a big shot from Pat Connaughton, Notre Dame’s lone active NBA product. With the Bucks trailing, 95-94, late in the fourth quarter, Giannis Antetokounmpo quickly bounced a no-look pass to Connaughton behind the 3-point line in the right corner. Connaughton unloaded, and, well, look what happened:

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No, it didn’t give the Bucks the lead for good. In fact, this particular lead that Connaughton provided didn’t even last one possession. However, it was part of a larger sequence that kept the Bucks energized, and they ultimately had enough momentum to finish the job. Oh, and Giannis had one of the sickest blocks you’ll ever see:

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In 32 minutes, Connaughton led all bench players with 11 points, including a trio of 3s, and came within a rebound of a double-double. Those nine boards are his high for this year’s playoffs.