Nets' Johnson hits double overtime game-winner vs. Wizards
By Ben Golliver
With five seconds remaining in double overtime, Johnson isolated against Bradley Beal, milking the clock. Washington then rushed Martell Webster as a second defender at Johnson, leading him to calmly step to his right and pull up over both defenders to hit the contested mid-range jumper. The basket went through with 0.7 seconds remaining; Washington was unable to score on its ensuing possession, making Johnson's last-second jumper the game-winner.
Beal finished with a team-high 24 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals in 48 minutes. He also threw down a pretty highlight reel dunk in the fourth quarter.
Brooklyn improved to 18-15 on the season and 4-1 under interim coach P.J. Carlesimo; Washington fell to a league-worst 4-27. Video via YouTube user nbaus3030