Oklahoma City Thunder

NBA Top Shot This: Luguentz Dort's game-winner pushes Oklahoma City Thunder past San Antonio Spurs

NBA Top Shot is a blockchain-based platform that allows fans to buy, sell and trade numbered versions of specific, officially-licensed video highlights from NBA games. You can read more on NBA Top Shot here if you're interested.

These specific moments we select are not associated with NBA Top Shot and will not necessarily be made into a real Top Shot moment. This is simply to highlight some of the best plays in a given night that we believe could be deserving of a special Top Shot moment.

So without further ado, your NBA Top Shot Moment of the day...

#NBATopShotThis: Luguentz Dort's game-winner 3-pointer

Dort is a second-year player who has quickly established himself as one of the best perimeter defenders in the NBA.

On a night where his Canadian counterpart Shai Gilgeous-Alexander went off for a career-high 42 points, the defensive-minded wing was able to spot up in the corner unseen on the last possession of a tied game against the San Antonio Spurs.

Savvy veteran teammate Al Horford drew the attention from the defence on a drive and kicked out to Dort, who knocked down the game-winning shot that sent NBA Twitter into a frenzy.

It was Dort's fourth 3-pointer of the game, finishing with 16 points while shooting 4-for-7 from long range.

Dort has become a fan favourite among the NBA universe as an undrafted player who is built more like an NFL running back than a basketball player. His lockdown defence on James Harden as a rookie in the 2020 NBA Playoffs put his name on the map, while other moments from this season, like his in-your-face defence on LeBron James with the game on the line, had fans creating nicknames for his antics like "The Dorture Chamber."

Dort currently has five NBA Top Shot moments on the marketplace, with the "lowest ask" among those moments being $693 USD (!).

Whether or not this shot will be added to his collection of moments remains to be seen, but the Canadian wing is more than capable of producing more of these types of plays as his role continues to expand in Oklahoma City.

The views on this page do not necessarily represent the views of the NBA or its clubs.

More from NBA.com

Lakers forward LeBron James defends Suns guard Devin Booker
Separating contenders from pretenders in West
Gilbert McGregor, Scott Rafferty and Kyle Irving
Jordan Magic
Which players are locks for Top 75?
Juan Estevez
NBA Films for Fans created with OLG
Previewing the five films set to premiere at TIFF 2021
NBA.com Staff
NBA Foundation
NBA Foundation grantee spotlight: CodeCrew
NBA.com Staff
Steve Nash, David Stern, Adam Silver, Andrew Wiggins on Draft Day
NBA Films for Fans created with OLG: "Draft Day"
NBA.com Staff
NBA Films for Fans created with OLG: "The Shot"
NBA.com Staff
More News