Credit Brad Stevens for one of the gutsiest timeouts you'll ever see (including video of the game winner)

With four seconds left in the game last night, Lou Williams hit a three-pointer to put Toronto up by one.  Brad Stevens immediately called timeout to organize a play.  On the ensuing possession, the ball was inbounded to Jared Sullinger at the top of the key.  Sullinger took a dribble and began driving towards the basket.  Not liking what he saw, Stevens called another timeout--with just 2.6 seconds remaining (Sullinger missed a runner in the lane after the whistle).

Here's the play Stevens set up the second time around (notice where Isaiah Thomas starts from):

And in case you haven't seen this tweet yet, it's starting to look more and more like the truth:

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