The Boston Celtics went into last night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers riding a nine-game winning streak. The Clippers, meanwhile, entered the game with a paltry 12-17 record. But when they found themselves tied at 90 with one second remaining, Baron Davis was determined not to let the game reach overtime.
After receiving an inbounds pass, Davis promptly turned around and fired off a fallaway jumper to seal the victory as the buzzer sounded. The Clippers trailed by three with under ten seconds to play, but Rasual Butler hit a crucial three with 8.5 seconds remaining in regulation and Rajon Rondo missed a pair of free throws for the Celtics. Coincidentally, the Clippers helped the other team in Los Angeles, as well. With the Celtics loss, the Lakers hold sole possession of the best record in the NBA.