3) Rondo’s Game Winning Lay-In: With the Kings and Hawks tied at 88 with about 25 seconds remaining in the game, the Kings had possession of the ball.
In dire need of a score, Rajon Rondo passed the ball to DeMarcus Cousins in the post. Rondo then got the ball back from Cousins, went around Cousins using him as a screen, which resulted in an open lay-up for Rondo to score (video here).
What made this play great was both the significance and execution of the play. If the Kings were unable to score on the possession, it would have given the Hawks the ball back with a chance to win the game. Fortunately, the play was performed perfectly, and as a result, it gave the Kings the victory.