In a Western Conference semifinal game in 2004, Fisher made one of the biggest ones. And it all played out in 0.4 seconds. That's how much time was left on the clock when San Antonio's Tim Duncan made a shot to give the Spurs a one-point lead. Fisher followed with a winner. He took an inbound pass from Gary Payton and in the same motion turned and fired an 18-foot shot over Manu Ginobili before the horn sounded. "As it got closer," Fisher said, "I knew the ball was going in." The shot, which Times columnist Bill Plaschke deemed the second-biggest shot in franchise history, established Fisher as one of the most clutch performers to wear a Lakers uniform, a reputation he has lived up to many times.
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