Spencer Dinwiddie first saved his team in the final seconds of the fourth quarter on Wednesday night -- but his heroics didn't end there.
The Nets' guard later came through on a three-pointer with 12 seconds left in overtime to cap off his team's narrow 120-119 win over the Pacers. He then helped his team maintain the lead when he played a key role in stopping Blake Griffin from making a shot during the ensuing possession.
Brooklyn trailed by nine points during the fourth quarter and found themselves in a three-point deficit when Dinwiddie's three-pointer tied the game.
Dinwiddie totaled 25 points as he helped guide his team in the absence of D'Angelo Russell, who sat out most of the fourth quarter.
Entering Wednesday night's game, Dinwiddie was averaging 13.4 points, 3.6 assists, and 2.3 rebounds per game. He averaged 12.6 points per game last season.