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Every buzzer-beating game-winner from the 2019-20 NBA season

When the 2019-20 NBA season was suspended, each team had approximately played 65 games.

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Through all of those matchups, 10 witnessed buzzer-beating game-winners. Take a closer look at each one:

Jae Crowder in OT vs. Nets - Oct. 27, 2019

While the point guard duel between rookie Ja Morant (30 points, nine assists) and former champion Kyrie Irving (37 points, seven rebounds, seven assists) dominated the game's highlights, Jae Crowder's clutch shot in overtime decided the result.

With just his second triple of the game, the 6-foot-6 forward gave the young Grizzlies their first win of the season. The first of his career, Crowder's game-winning three was the franchise's first since Rudy Gay in 2007.

Jayson Tatum over rookie RJ Barrett vs. Knicks - Nov. 1, 2019

Hitting his first career game-winner, Jayson Tatum gave the Celtics the edge over the Knicks in a game that saw 10 lead changes and four ties in the fourth quarter alone.

Bojan Bogdanovic vs. Bucks - Nov. 8, 2019

Reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 28 of his 30 points in the second half but it was in vain after Bojan Bogdanovic's clutch shot.

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Tied at 100 with 1.3 seconds left, Bogdanovic sank the game-winning corner three to extend the Bucks' road losing streak against the Jazz. The Milwaukee franchise hasn't won in Salt Lake City since 2001.

Malik Monk vs. Pistons - Nov. 15, 2019

Tied at 106 with one second left in regulation, Malik Monk's game-winning triple completed the Charlotte Hornets' 14-point comeback against the Pistons.

Zach LaVine vs. Hornets - Nov. 23, 2019

The Chicago Bulls were down by eight with 22.8 seconds to go and managed to pull out a victory, courtesy of some clutch shots and Zach LaVine's game-winning triple.

For the game, he scored a career-high 49 points while knocking down a career-high 13 3-pointers (76.5%).

Spencer Dinwiddie vs. Cavaliers - Nov. 25, 2019

The Nets led by nine with 2:12 left in regulation on the road in Cleveland and nearly blew this lead, if not for Spencer Dinwiddie's heroics.

First, Dinwiddie blocked a potential game-winning 3-pointer by Cavaliers' second-year guard Collin Sexton and then, after a time-out, hit the game-winner to seal the game.

Nemanja Bjelica from 33 feet vs. Rockets - Dec. 9, 2019

On the second night of a back-to-back after a close win in Dallas, Bjelica capped off the Kings second-half comeback from 11 points down against the Rockets by knocking down a game-winner from 33 feet out.

JJ Redick's lefty layup vs. Kings - Jan. 4, 2020

The Pelicans led by 13 with 6:12 to go but gave it up towards the end and would have been forced to play an extra session if it wasn't for veteran JJ Redick's heroics.

His layup gave the Pelicans their sixth win in the last eight games after losing 13 straight.

Bradley Beal's reverse layup vs. Mavericks - Feb. 7, 2020

All-Star Bradley Beal capped off a game-high 29-point performance by laying in the game-winner against the Luka Doncic-less Dallas Mavericks.

Bojan Bogdanovic AGAIN, this time vs. Rockets - Feb. 9, 2020

Bojan Bogdanovic became the only NBA player this season to have two buzzer-beating game-winners.

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