Game: 2009 Eastern Conference Semifinals, Game 4

With Kevin Garnett out for the playoffs with a knee injury, the Boston Celtics asked Glen “Big Baby” Davis to assume a starting role as they sought to defend their title from the previous season. In Game 4 of the 2009 Eastern Conference Semifinals, Davis found himself on the floor with his team trailing the Orlando Magic by one in the game and 2-1 in the series, watching on as Paul Pierce looked to hoist the team’s final shot; however, when Baby’s man went to double-team Pierce, the ball suddenly was in Davis’ hands as the clock neared zero. Big Baby buried the 15-footer (then hilariously pushed a kid aside while celebrating), evening a series that would eventually be won by Orlando.