The NBA's phantom camera catches all the best from Celtics-Bulls
The Boston Celtics dropped a tough nationally-televised game to the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night. They shot 36 percent from the floor and a pasty 20 percent from behind the three-point line in the 101-92 loss.
But not everything was a total waste: the NBA captured all the action with their phantom camera, which delivers highlights in a super-cool, super-slo motion frame that allows fans to see things like never before.
Here's a sample:
From Jared Sullinger's jumper to Isaiah Thomas crashing into the paint over and over again, the Celtics had a couple things to smile about in their loss.
They played solid team defense, but couldn't buy a shot down the stretch, and when that's the case, mounting a comeback against a quality opponent like Chicago is virtually impossible.
Oh well, at least we have these cool highlights.