Jayson Tatum called game after a cold-blooded fall away jumper right in the face of rookie RJ Barrett, Boston Celtics won over the New York Knicks, 104-102.
The game was close since the tip-off with no team leading in double-figures. The neck-to-neck exchange hit its climax when Marcus Morris Sr. drained a trey to even the game at 102 leaving 4.7 seconds left.
Boston had their last breathe in the hand of the former Duke University standout who sank the contested jumper in the left corner.
Julius Randle tried to make miracle with his full court pass with 1.7 seconds left but Kemba Walker interrupted the catch.
Tatum finished with 24 points, six rebound and three assists while Walker had 33 points with six rebounds and five assists.
With the win the Celtics are now 4-1 and still unbeaten in their home floor (3-0).
Morris Sr., led the Knicks with 29 points and nine rebounds but all in a losing effort. Barrett followed with 15 markers as Bobby Portis chipped 13.