Sacramento guard Yogi Ferrell delighted the Mumbai crowd with a buzzer-beating desperation shot from inside his own half in the Kings' first preseason meeting with the Indiana Pacers at the NBA India Games.
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With the clock ticking down at the end of the second quarter, Ferrell drained a heave from beyond halfcourt to take the Kings into a 72-59 half-time lead.
The Pacers fought back in the second half and forced overtime thanks to center Myles Turner's game-saving block of De'Aaron Fox's floater in the final seconds of regulation.
In the extra session, TJ Warren collected seven points, Malcolm Brogdon made a three-pointer and Domantas Sabonis scored with a last-minute tip-in to earn the Pacers a 132-129 lead.
The Kings had one last chance to force a second overtime but Buddy Hield could not connect from beyond the arc. Marvin Bagley tipped in Hield's miss at the buzzer as Sacramento fell to a 132-131 loss.
Warren led the Pacers with 30 points on 11-of-18 shooting while summer acquisition Brogdon provided 15 points and 14 assists. Hield top-scored for the Kings with 28 points while Harrison Barnes added 21.
The Kings and Pacers play a second game in Mumbai on Saturday at 2:30pm (UK time)