With 2.3 seconds remaining and the Thunder leading 115-114, Klay Thompson inbounded the ball from the right sideline. Iguodala first attempted to work himself free at the top of the key before deciding to cut to the near corner. Thompson made the simple pass to Iguodala in the near corner, and Iguodala gathered in stride, turning to uncork a fallaway jumper from the right baseline. The ball was out of his hands well before the clock hit zero, and the buzzer sounded just as the ball went through the hoop with a clean swish.
"That wasn't the play," Iguodala told TNT in a post-game interview. "The play was for me to get it, fake hand-off, and then look for my shot. But they switched, Thabo is a great defender, he denied me top side. I took a page out of Kobe [Bryant's] book, cutting backdoor. The baseline shot, I've seen it a million times, it worked for me once."
The game-winner came immediately after Thunder guard Russell Westbrook hit a dramatic three-pointer to put Oklahoma City up by one. Kevin Durant pushed the ball up after Oklahoma City controlled a defensive rebound, and he found Wsetbrook on the right wing. He let it fly over Thompson from the right angle, deep behind the three-point arc, and the shot went in hitting nothing but net.
Iguodala finished with 14 points (on 5-for-6 shooting) and nine assists. Thompson tallied a team-high 27 points (on 10-for-15 shooting), five rebounds and two assists.
Westbrook scored a game-high 31 points (on 13-for-20 shooting) and added nine rebounds. Durant added 27 points (on 9-for-14 shooting) and 13 rebounds in a losing effort.
In a humorous moment after the game, Iguodala left a group of over-eager fans hanging in his post-shot celebration, much like LeBron James earlier this year:
Golden State improved to 6-3 with the win; Oklahoma City fell to 5-3 with the loss.