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The Trent Tucker Rule

Year: 1990
Game: Bulls @ Knicks

The Knicks and Bulls were tied at 106 with 0:00.1 left in the fourth quarter. Simply put, New York had no chance at scoring the winning basket on the inbounds. That is, before the Trent Tucker Rule, which prevents any regular jumpshot to be attempted on the court if less than three-tenths of a second left on the game or shot clock remain, came into effect. Check out the above video to see how the Knickerbockers' Tucker pulled off the miraculous victory over Chicago.

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