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Published on Jul 16, 2008
THE DATE: May 14th, 1999.
THE MISSION: Advance to the second round for the first time in the Sacramento era - and the first time since 1981 in the franchise's history.
THE OPPOSITION: A weakened Utah Jazz team that had gone through a ridiculous schedule to close the regular season at 5-5 in the season's final 15 days; John Stockton was banged up and the Jazz were against the ropes, down 2-1.
All Sacramento had to do was win on their home-court and they were through to the next round - off to play Portland. But as we all know, there was a wily vet with some big shots still up his sleeve in Utah's backcourt. Watch as this game goes through 5 lead changes in the final 31 seconds (and 30 lead changes in all) before a racuous Arco Arena crowd.