Tuesday 20 February 2018 / 11:00 AM


Rookie guard Tyler Ulis lit up the NBA Summer League with an insane buzzer-beater to propel the Phoenix Suns into the semi-finals over the Denver Nuggets.

Making the inbound pass with 1.8 seconds on the clock and the Suns down by two, Ulis accepted the return pass and launched a magical shot, which dropped as the horn sounded.

A second-round pick (34th overall) by the Suns from Kentucky, the 20-year-old was second-shortest player to participate in the 2016 Draft (behind only Kahlil Felder) at an even 5’10” and also the lightest recorded player in draft combine history at 149 pounds.

[YouTube – NBA]

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