BOSTON (CBS) — Jayson Tatum’s drive and finish to give the Celtics a lead in the waning seconds of Sunday night’s game vs. Washington was a big moment, no doubt. For Tatum, though, it’s becoming somewhat routine.

The go-ahead basket with 4.7 seconds left in the eventual 111-110 victory for Boston was Tatum’s third go-ahead basket in the final five seconds of a game this season. That puts him into a category all by himself.

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As ESPN Stats & Info noted, only one other NBA player had two such baskets this season.

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Tatum scored 31 points for Boston in the sorely needed win, hitting the shot prior to the game-winner to cut Washington’s lead to one point before helping to force a turnover off the ensuing inbound pass.

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“I thought the other night, Kemba [Walker] really willed us. I thought tonight that Jayson’s will shone through,” head coach Brad Stevens said. “I thought we had a lot of good play by a lot of guys, but it’s been a tough stretch for Jayson. But this matters to him, and he wants to win, and he made big plays.”