Sorry to do this to you two spots in a row Suns fans.
With the NBA finals tied 2-2, Phoenix traveled to Boston looking to steal a game from the home team.
Down 18 points after the end of the first quarter, the Suns clawed their way back and forced a first overtime with the score tied at 95.
Towards the end of the first extra period, Boston's Paul Silas motioned for a timeout that his team did not have.
The referee, however, failed to acknowledge the action that would have given the Celtics a technical foul and the Suns a chance to win.
Still deadlocked, the game went to a second overtime.
In the second extra frame Boston's John Havlicek gave the Celtics a one point advantage that ignited a frenzy of Bean Town fans to storm the court.
After order was restored, a single second remained on the game clock.
To give his team a fighting chance, the Suns' Paul Westphal asked for, and recieved, a timeout he knew his team did not have.
The resulting technical free-throw gave the Celtics a two point lead but also gave the Suns the ball back at mid-court.
Phoenix's Gar Heard caught the ensuing pass and sank a jumper to push the marathon game to another overtime.
In the third and final overtime, the Celtics edged out the Suns and came out on top with an 128-126 win.
Boston fans rushed the court to celebrate again.
Two days later the Celtics closed out the series with an 87-80 victory in Phoenix.
Post-game quote: Rick Barry, Hall of Fame player and broadcaster of the game, called the contest, "The most exciting basketball game I've ever seen."