After a disappointing loss in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors evened up the series with a blowout Game 2 win over the Boston Celtics. Jordan Poole was able to chip in with 17 points off the bench and an effective night from 3-point range.

Poole finished the game 5-for-9 from deep and added 2 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals. He also drained a huge buzzer-beater from halfcourt as the 3rd-quarter clock expired.

That bucket gave the Warriors a 23-point lead over the Celtics heading to the 4th quarter. It was also the perfect touch to a 3rd quarter that saw Golden State post a +21 point differential to take a commanding lead over Boston.

After the game, Poole discussed that crucial bucket. He said he’s always looking for the ball late in the shot clock and at the end of quarters while admitting he has “endless range,” apparently.

“I want the ball at all the end of the quarters and shot clocks,” Poole explained. “My teammates look for me. I know I had him on his heels and I have endless range, I guess.”

The Finals now shift to Boston with Game 3 set for Wednesday night at 9 pm ET.