Amazing buzzer beater may be best yet Published: November 11, 2013

Kyrie Irving hit a game-winner with just .6 seconds left in 2OT on Saturday. Jeff Green sank a pretty notable one himself with .6 seconds left in regulation to beat the Heat. But there was actually a more incredible buzzer-beater over the weekend, in Spain, according to Yahoo Sports.

With just .4 seconds to go before halftime of an Endesa League game, Real Madrid's Marcus Slaughter readied to inbound the ball from underneath his own basket. Taking a page from Grant Hill's 1992 playbook, Slaughter heaved the ball all the way down the court where teammate Felipe Reyes was able to field it as he was drifting toward the sideline.

With his back to the basket after catching the ball beyond the three-point line, Reyes tossed the ball over his head with no time left. The no-look shot hit absolutely nothing but net, Yahoo Sports reports.

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