Celtics forward Jae Crowder sank a full-court shot Wednesday night in Indiana, but it didn't count because it came on an inbounds pass.
With 1.1 seconds left before halftime, Crowder inbounded from behind the Indiana baseline, throwing a deep pass toward the Celtics's basket that was intended to be a potential tip-in or quick shot.
Instead, the ball hit the backboard and banked through the net.
The Celtics trailed, 49-43, at the time. They lost the game by two, 100-98.