With 11.9 seconds remaining in the game, the Boston Celtics held a two point lead over the Phoenix Suns. What happened next has to be seen to be believed.

The Suns' point guard Eric Bledsoe ran down the court and quickly tied the game himself which left only four seconds left in regulation. With four seconds remaining, and the Celtics with possession of the ball, it looked to be entering overtime if the Celtics couldn't win it. Well, neither of those two options happened, as Isaiah Thomas coughed up the inbound pass, which just happened to fall into Suns' rookie Tyler Ulis hands. The rookie stopped in his tracks, pulled up and drilled the game-winning three at the buzzer.



It's surely a tough one to swallow for Thomas and the Celtics, but what a game for the young Ulis. The rookie scored a career high 20 points, including the buzzer-beating game-winner in the clutch. This won't be a night Ulis will be forgetting anytime soon.