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While playing in their 47th regular-season game on Friday night in Moriguchi, Osaka Prefecture, two bj-league teams shared several other similarities. Until the final second of the 40-minute game.

In a game tied after both the first and second quarter, the Takamatsu Five Arrows held one key statistic when it was over — they converted two more free throws — and pulled out a 76-74 victory over the Osaka Evessa. Dexter Lyons drained a late game-winning shot for the Five Arrows.

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