The Phoenix Suns pulled off an upset 117-115 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday in the bubble, thanks to the efforts of star shooting guard Devin Booker.

With the game tied in the final seconds, Booker made a highly difficult, contested fadeaway jumper to beat the buzzer.

Booker finished with a game-high 35 points (along with a game-high eight assists), and was the only Suns player to score at least 20.

The Suns had a 26-39 record before the league was shut down in March, but have won all three of their games so far in the bubble.

Booker has now made three game-winning buzzer-beaters since entering the NBA in 2015-16, tying LeBron James for the most.

That’s an incredible feat for a player who’s only 23 years old, and he may just be getting better.

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