The Warriors' Draymond Green made a layup with 0.9 seconds left to give visiting Golden State a 97-95 win Wednesday night over the host Miami Heat.
Klay Thompson tied a season high with 27 points to lead the Warriors, who have won five straight.
Jarrett Jack dribbled the ball at the top of the key for the Warriors as the clock ticked down before finding Green open underneath the basket. Green caught the pass in midair and made the basket.
LeBron James' jumper from the baseline banged off the rim to give Golden State the win as Miami lost for just the second time in 12 home games. James led Miami with 31 points.
Elsewhere: The Indiana Pacers overcame a 16-point deficit to beat the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers, 96-81, and snap a two-game skid. . . . Josh Smith and Jeff Teague each scored 16 points for Atlanta, and Al Horford added 13 points and 13 rebounds as the Hawks held off a late charge by the Magic for an 86-80 win in Orlando. . . . Paul Pierce scored 34 points, including a three-pointer at the start of the second overtime to give Boston the lead for good as the Celtics held on to beat the visiting Dallas Mavericks, 117-115.
From bad to worse in L.A.
After getting hammered by the Cavaliers, 100-94 Tuesday night in Cleveland, things for the sinking Los Angeles Lakers, got worse - far worse.
Never mind that they tumbled to 12th in the Western Conference after losing to a team that was 4-17, and that they've lost three straight and five of six, and have a 9-13 record that would keep them out of the playoffs, things got worse. They started talking to the media.
"We're sick of losing," said Dwight Howard.
Kobe Bryant one-upped him, calling it one of the most baffling stretches of his career, and bad-mouthing just about everybody.
"I'm very upset, and in the past I would blow my top and go crazy," he said after the game. "Then I had a head coach [Phil Jackson] who always kept calm and I learned from that. I'm trying to do the same thing here, but I won't lie; they're messing with my Zen stuff."
He was talking about his teammates. And to be sure there was no misunderstanding, he repeated the sentiment in an ESPN interview Wednesday.