The Big Three grabbed a lot of attention for the come-from-behind win in Portland on Monday night, but a backup point guard was earning praise from coaches at practice Tuesday morning.

Jamaal Tinsley's performance after Devin Harris left the game midway through the second quarter with a sprained left ankle was key to the team's turnaround.

"Jamaal has done a great job for us," said Corbin. "He came in last night and played some great minutes for us, and actually, I think won the game for us with the steal at the end, ran the clock a little bit and then the pass to Paul (Millsap) under the basket. I think that's the game. … I think that was the play of the game for us."