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Published on Nov 29, 2009
On December 20, 2006 in a double-overtime game against the Charlotte Bobcats, with 0.1 of second left, David Lee of the New York Knicks scored the winning basket on a tip-in without breaking the league's so-called Trent Tucker Rule, whereby a player cannot legitimately make a field goal with less than three tenths of a second remaining on the clock. As this applies almost exclusively to jump shots, Lee's shot attempt was the first ever made with 0.1 of a second left on the game clock, post Trent Tucker Rule.