Here, we see Evan Turner hit the go-ahead bucket that would end up winning this December 7 game versus the Boston Celtics, 95-94, with 3.9 seconds left in overtime.
Two things stand out about this play: First, Turner was given the ball on an isolation play with the game on the line. Keep in mind that Philadelphia was down by one at this point and would lose the game if he did not come through; there was no second overtime waiting if he were to miss.
Second, this was what the Sixers went with even though ET was being guarded by Courtney Lee, who is a superb on-ball defender. He is able to create enough space from Lee on his terms and gets off a great shot, not worrying about leaving time on the clock. This is important, considering young players often think too much in situations like this and may possibly try to only shoot as the clock winds down to zero.
This also really shows the growth in Turner's game as a ball-handler, an area in which he was surprisingly shaky coming out of Ohio State despite his tendency to play point forward while there. Turner has certainly shown his flair for solid late-game play.