VIDEO: Alan Anderson hits meaningless buzzer-beater versus Cavaliers

Los Angeles Clippers' Alan Anderson celebrates after defeating teammate Diamond Stone in a miniature basketball game during the NBA team's media day, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, in Playa Vista, Calif. (AP Photo/Ryan Kang)
AP Photo/Ryan Kang

The Los Angeles Clippers snapped a three-game skid Thursday against the Cleveland Cavaliers, which the team should obviously be happy about, but shooting guard Alan Anderson wasn’t exactly gracious in victory.

Anderson appeared to be dribbling out the clock, so no Cleveland player bothered to cover him in the final seconds of a game that was already over. Then, Anderson attempted a three-pointer and hit it at the buzzer:

In Anderson’s defense, he rarely gets to play. Thursday was just his second appearance of the season, and he played just five minutes. He now has 14 minutes and just six points this season, and the last-second three-pointer was only his sixth shot in 2016-17.

But still, the Cavaliers can’t be pleased with Anderson’s shot selection at the buzzer.

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