Truth About It did a good job documenting the Dunleavy play at the end of the Indiana game. http://www.truthaboutit.net/2009/12/indianas-game-winning-play-an-example-in-wizards-ineptitude.html
But what about the play after that with 0.1 seconds left? Flip put McGee in, which was the right move. But 3 Wizards were under the hoop and McGee roamed to the top of the key, where he got the ball. But his shot wouldn't of counted if it went in.
The only thing that would have worked is an alley-loop tip in. For example, McGee could have been the only Wiz near the basket (no screens to free him up). Blatche takes the ball out of bounds and passes it 2-3 feet above the rim. McGee just tips it down toward the rim. It's either a bad pass, a foul, goal tending, a miss or it goes in. Is it asking to much to try this play with less 0.5 seconds?