Devin Booker makes halftime buzzer beater

Devin Booker nails the 14-foot jumper to beat the first-half buzzer. Christian Petersen/Getty Images

The Phoenix Suns have some momentum heading into the second half in Game 4 with a 61-56 lead over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

With the second quarter winding down, the Suns forced a stop and Kevin Durant pushed the ball ahead to Devin Booker -- who was going full speed down court.

The four-time All-Star took two dribbles, gathered the ball and nailed a 14-foot fadeaway.

Booker finished the half with 19 points. He and Durant accounted for 54 of the Suns' 61 points in the first half, according to ESPN Stats and Information.

The Suns held Timberwolves star Anthony Edwards to just nine points at halftime. Down 3-0 in the series, Phoenix is looking to keep its playoff run alive with a win, but it's odds to win the series are slim as an NBA team has never come back from 3-0 to win a series in the playoffs.

If the Suns win, the series would shift back to Minnesota for Game 5.