The Oklahoma City Thunder had a difficult first half against the Utah Jazz on Sunday. With just 0.7 seconds to go in the half, the team found itself down 15. That’s when Russell Westbrook decided to inbound the ball off of Rodney Hood’s back, catch it, then hit a buzzer-beating fadeaway jumper. As you do. ; It proved to be just the spark the Thunder needed heading into the second half. ;The team would ;eventually win ;the game in overtime, 104-98. ; Also on HuffPost: — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms.

The Oklahoma City Thunder had a difficult first half against the Utah Jazz on Sunday. With just 0.7 seconds to go in the half, the team found itself down 15. That’s when Russell Westbrook decided to inbound the ball off of Rodney Hood’s back, catch it, then hit a buzzer-beating fadeaway jumper. As you do. ;

It proved to be just the spark the Thunder needed heading into the second half. ;The team would ;eventually win ;the game in overtime, 104-98.

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Russell Westbrook With The Classic Off-The-Back-Of-The-Defender Buzzer-Beater