By Ben Golliver
December 02, 2013

Tim Duncan's jumper with 0.4 seconds remaining lifted the Spurs past the Hawks 102-100 on Monday.

With 4.7 seconds left and the game tied at 100-100, Marco Belinelli inbounded the ball from the side to Manu Ginobili at the top of the key. Belinelli immediately set a down screen for Duncan, who worked from the right block to the right elbow. Freed by the screen, Duncan easily received an entry pass from Ginobili and calmly turned into the 16-foot jumper. His shot swished through with less than a second to play, and Atlanta was unable to score on the other end.

Duncan finished with a game-high 23 points (on 10-for-15 shooting), 21 rebounds and two blocks. Tony Parker added 15 points (on 7-for-11 shooting) and seven assists for the Spurs, who improved to 15-3.

All five Hawks starters finished in double figures. Jeff Teague led the way with 19 points (on 6-for-13 shooting) and seven assists. Atlanta dropped to 9-10.

Video via YouTube user frank den

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