Bucks defeat Kings on overtime on Damian Lillard's buzzer-beater.

He has been the most clutch player in the NBA all season, and he has finally broken through with a trademark buzzer beater—a leaning 3-pointer in overtime to defeat the Sacramento Kings—his first with the Bucks.

The Bucks' inability to secure defensive stops against the Kings brought to light long-standing worries about the team's defense. This pattern persisted throughout the game, and the Kings' four-point lead was cut to one with 11.5 seconds remaining on the clock thanks to a 3-pointer by Brook Lopez. 

De'Aaron Fox, who was named the league's Clutch Player of the Year last season, received the ball in Sacramento, where he fouled out and missed two free throws.

Dame Time was merely put in motion by that. On a play that Coach Adrian Griffin had planned, Giannis Antetokounmpo would receive the inbound pass and promptly pass it on to Damian Lillard, who would be set up by Lopez as a screen. 

 But as the Kings defended Antetokounmpo's entrance, Lillard inbounded to Lopez, regained possession of the ball, and utilized him as a screen to gain momentum as they advanced up the court.

"Two guys ran to Giannis and as soon as I looked up Brook was already running toward me and I knew that was what the play was going to get to eventually..." Lillard made the announcement through the Associated Press. I merely shifted my course and entered space, allowing me to have a clear view of the perimeter.

It was a photo that seemed quite natural. You just cannot afford to let these types of games slide through your fingers. A good squad was defeated, and it was an excellent triumph.

Antetokounmpo recorded a triple-double with 27 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists, while Lillard tallied 29 points and 8 assists for the game. In the end, Malik Beasley scored 23 points and Bobby Portis scored 22 points while grabbing 10 boards. The Kings were led by Fox's 32 points, while Malik Monk added 28 points off the bench.

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