No. 6: Michael Cooper vs. Utah Jazz, Game 5 second round, May 17, 1988

The setting: The Lakers were struggling with the upstart Jazz, trailing by a point at the Forum when Cooper, who had not made a basket all game, hit a 17-footer with seven seconds left. The significance: Cooper’s jumper — the first game-winning shot of his career — and a James Worthy free throw... Lennox McLendon, Associated Press