Thousands of hoopers have been putting up buckets over the course of the last quarter-century but only one field-goal attempt in WNBA history is referred to as “The Shot”. Down by two points with just 2.4 seconds left in a win-or-go-home Finals matchup, Teresa Weatherspoon sets up for an inbound pass from 94-feet out, beelines up the floor with the ball, then heaves a 60-foot prayer off the glass and through the net. The instant classic game winner gave the New York Liberty a one-point victory over the Houston Comets on September 4, 1999.
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