1. “One Lucky Shot Deserves Another”
It should be no surprise that Derek Fisher’s top clutch shot is the 0.4 shot. One of the greatest moments in NBA history featured two amazing shots in Game 5 of the 2004 Western Conference Semi-Finals. Tim Duncan started things off with an unbelievable shot with Shaquille O’Neal in his face. That shot gave the Spurs a one-point lead with only 0.4 seconds remaining. With that little time left, it was highly unlikely that the Lakers were going to be able to score, but Derek Fisher cemented himself in NBA history by making one of the most impressive and crucial shots of all time. To get the shot off with the time is one thing, but to actually make it is just mind-boggling. The win gave the Lakers the series lead and they eventually closed out the Spurs.