Caris LeVert had the ball in his hands in the final seconds and the chance to give his team the lead.
Two nights earlier, he fumbled it away.
He made the most of his second chance Friday.
LeVert's driving layup with a second left gave the Brooklyn Nets their first victory of the season, 107-105 over the New York Knicks.
LeVert had a career-high 28 points, surpassing the 27 points he scored Wednesday night in Detroit in a close loss. He made sure they pulled this one out, driving right into the lane and putting up the tiebreaking shot over Tim Hardaway Jr.
After the game he said, 'Coach, I owed you one,'" Nets coach Kenny Atkinson said.