76ers Vs. Wizards: John Wall Forces Overtime With Three Free Throws In Final Seconds

The top two picks in this year's NBA Draft figured heavily in the end of regulation of the Wizards-76ers game on Tuesday night.

With the Sixers leading 106-103 with less than 10 seconds remaining, Evan Turner went to the line and missed both free throws. John Wall got the ball and was fouled by Jrue Holliday near midcourt as Wall heaved a desperation three-point shot with 3.5 seconds left. Wall went to the line and nailed all three free throws to tie the game. Turner missed a buzzer beater desperation shot on the other end and the game went to overtime, just as it did the last time the Sixers visited Washington.

Eltan Brand was ejected earlier in the fourth quarter for a flagrant foul on JaVale McGee, who was attempting an uncontested dunk and was shoved to the ground by Brand.

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