Commemorating Paul George’s top 13 moments as a member of the OKC Thunder

Paul George #13 of the OKC Thunder (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
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Paul George #13 and Russell Westbrook #0 of the Oklahoma City Thunder (Photo by Zach Beeker/NBAE via Getty Images) /

Once mocked for not being able to hit game-winners, PG knocked down the game-winner to top the 76ers in a gutty win.

This play was spectacular, and gave OKC Thunder fans more waves of emotion than one person should be able to handle on a Sunday afternoon…that is, of course, depending on who your favorite NFL team is.

Dennis Schroder seemed like he threw the game away, a pass right into the arms of Jimmy Butler who took it the other way to give the 76ers a two-point boost with just under seven seconds left in the game.  Butler took the pass away like he was Ed Reed in his prime roaming the secondary.

Billy Donovan promptly called a timeout to have the ability to set up an out of timeout play at the other end of the floor instead of behind the basket.

With Russell Westbrook fouled out, the play was simple. A screen from Adams puts Butler at a disadvantage to catch up to PG who shot the ball as soon as he catches the inbounds pass. Jimmy fouled his 3-point shot to allow George a chance at a four-point play.

That gave OKC a two-point cushion and Butler’s three did not fall giving the Thunder the win.

George lifted the Thunder to their 19th straight win over the 76ers, the longest active streak over an opponent.

PG13 finished with 31 points to go along with his six rebounds and five assists. George also had a team-high three steals.