Trevor Booker of the Utah Jazz made one of the most unbelievable shots you are ever likely to see - and later claimed he'd been practicing it.
With just 0.2 seconds left on the shot clock, Booker reacts to an inbounds pass from Gordon Hayward, with his back to the net, and flicks the ball skywards in one fluid motion.
Unbelievably it went in - the commentators reaction tells it all.
Booker, 27, even claimed after the 99-94 defeat to the Oklahoma City Thunder that he'd practiced the shot growing up.
"I know you won't believe me, but I really do practice those shots," Booker told reporters after the game.
"My cousin Jordan Hill [of the Los Angeles Lakers] texted me after the game, he was like, 'They probably won't believe it, but we practiced those shots all the time growing up.'"
The Milwaukee Bucks take on the New York Knicks at NBA Global Games London 2015 at The O2 on Thursday. The game is live on BT Sport and on NBA LEAGUE PASS.
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