PHOENIX (AP) -
Rookie Tyler Ulis threw in a 3-pointer at the buzzer after a Boston turnover and the Phoenix Suns came away with a wild 109-106 victory over the Celtics on Sunday.
The Suns' Eric Bledsoe it at 106 with a reverse layup with four seconds to play.
Isaiah Thomas, who scored 35 points but missed a free throw with 11.9 seconds left, took the inbounds pass and the Suns' Marquese Chriss knocked the ball away. Ulis grabbed it and tossed it up as the buzzer sounded.
Ulis scored a career-best 20 points. Bledsoe had 28 for the Suns, who have won three in a row for the first time this season
The Celtics were without usual starters Al Horford (right elbow sprain) and Avery Bradley (right hamstring strain).