Dan Treadway
Wednesday May 21st, 2014

On Tuesday night, the Pacers were left in the precarious position of having to inbound the ball with only a .1 second left on the clock in a closely contested game. Per the Trent Tucker rule, a regular shot cannot be attempted with less than .3 seconds on the clock, so a tip-in would have to suffice.

Fortunately for Indiana, a combination of poor defense by the Heat and fantastic athleticism on the part of Lance Stephenson resulted in the play above. But it would ultimately not be enough, as the Heat would go on to win game 2 by a score of 87-83. [SportsGrid]

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