1986 Western Conference Finals: Game 5
Sampson's game winner
Rockets vs Los Angeles
114 - 112
21 May, 1986
Houston was a huge underdog against the defending champs, but Los Angeles was only able to get a win in one game against Houston. Los Angeles put up a strong effort in a high scoring Game 5 and had the score tied at 112 with only a second left on the clock. That's when Ralph Sampson stunned them with a jumper off an inbound pass from Rodney McCray with no time left on the clock. The shot sent Los Angeles home and sent Houston to the NBA Finals.
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