With 0.1 Seconds Left in the First Half, Lance Stephenson Scored on an Inbound Pass (Video)

Lance Stephenson celebrate with fans

Tuesday night’s playoff game between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat featured a clear-cut “play of the game” from the Pacers’ Lance Stephenson at the very end of the first half.

And “very ends” don’t get any more “very” than this, since Stephenson tipped in an inbound pass with just 0.1 seconds left on the clock to end the half.  It was a great play from Stephenson, but you’ve got to admit the universe was with him on this one, from bad defense on the part of LeBron James and the Heat to the longest tenth of a second in the history of recorded time—at least it seems that way when you watch it go down.

You can do that by checking out the video from the official NBA YouTube account below. And unfortunately for Stephenson (who had 25 points, 7 assists, and 6 rebounds) and the rest of the Pacers, they went on to lose to the Heat, 87-83, tying up their Eastern Conference Finals series at 1-1.  Stay tuned…

Here’s the video:




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