Jeremy Lamb hit a jaw-dropping 48-foot three pointer at the buzzer to give Charlotte Hornets a dramatic victory over Toronto Raptors.
With just three seconds left on the clock, Lamb produced an unreal buzzer beater.
At the time of the shot, Charlotte were 114-112 behind in the fourth quarter with Lamb securing a stunning, stunning 115-114 victory thanks to his late heroics. Time to gawk:
Absolute scenes. What a moment.
Naturally, the 26-year-old was delighted with the win.
"It feels great. We fought so hard the whole game," he said in his post-match interview.
"Everybody who came in contributed and played well. They made a big run late. It just feels good to get that win and cap it off like that."
His teammate Kemba Walker praised his efforts
"I know he threw up a prayer," he said. "I guess the basketball gods were on our side tonight. That was an unbelievable shot.
"It's a big win. That's an unbelievable team over there. They're going to be a force to be reckoned with in the playoffs. That was impressive."
Toronto's Pascal Siakam also shared his thoughts on Lamb's buzzer beater.
"He made a tough shot," Siakam said. "I don't know how I could have defended it better. Yeah, March Madness."
Lamb's winning shot is the second-longest, game-winning buzzer beater in the past 20 seasons, per ESPN.