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Reaction: 4th Quarter = Ulis Time
Wow… just wow! So much of this play is absolutely perfect. As time was running out, Phoenix was down by two and Eric Bledsoe had enough faith in his team to not go for the game winner. He instead went for the double-clutch lay-up and he got it to fall, which tied it all up with only 4.0 seconds remaining. Then it was Boston’s ball, and they obviously wanted to go for the win, but Marquese Chriss had other plans. Chriss managed to get in front of Isaiah Thomas (the “King of the Fourth”) and forced a turnover. The ball was then picked up by rookie Tyler Ulis… then boom! Absolute chaos!