#7. 12/14/04 – Chris Webber @ Milwaukee
After Travis Mays hit his buzzer-beater in 1991, the Kings went 13 years without having another one on their record. That changed in December of 2004 when Chris Webber downed the Bucks in Milwaukee.
The Bucks were rebuilding and were 6-13 when the Kings made their yearly visit to the Cream City. They were led by Michael Redd and Desmond Mason, but were clearly outmatched from a talent standpoint when Sacramento came to town.
The Kings found themselves with a four-point deficit with under a minute to go, but erased that to tie the game with four seconds left and possession of the basketball. Mike Bibby inbounded to Chris Webber, who looked like he wanted to give it back to Bibby, but he was well covered. Webber, who had been criticized throughout his career for folding in the big moments, had no choice but to hoist up a three with the clock about to expire. The ball clanked through the iron and the Kings won by three.
Webber took a couple of skips down the court before the entire team ran off of the court in front of a stunned Milwaukee crowd. It would be one of his final signature moments in a Kings’ uniform as he was traded some two months later.