Toronto Raptors forward and former Kentucky Wildcats great Patrick Patterson hit a game-winning jumper with six seconds remaining to lift his team to a 104-103 road victory over the Brooklyn Nets.
Toronto made up a three-point deficit in the game’s final 17 seconds to steal a one-point victory, and the PAtterson game-winner came after a steal of a Nets in-bounds pass as they were trying to ice the game away:
This comes after he updated his NBA blog earlier today, in which he admitted it’s been a strange but fun season after his midseaon trade from the Sacramento Kings to the Raptors:
Life has been busy since I last checked in with you all. My NBA season began in Sacramento, but I am writing now as a Toronto Raptor! Going through a trade and relocating mid-season is a challenge, but I am very excited about where I am.
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