An ugly game in Boston turned into a great finish thanks to this Tyler Zeller reverse layup on a hell of an inbounds play by Brad Stevens. Zeller cut backdoor on the pass, slipped behind Rodney Hood (who had switched onto him), then had the composure to take his time and finish for the victory. (How all this is possible in 1.7 seconds, I have no idea).
That was preceded by Gordon Hayward's fadeaway to initially give the Jazz the lead. This is a tough shot.
All for naught in the end, though. (But seriously, how did that Boston play take less than 1.7 seconds?)