The Warriors forced overtime against the Thunder on Saturday night with a wild 14-second sequence to close out regulation.

By SI Wire
February 27, 2016

The Warriors forced overtime against the Thunder on Saturday night with a wild 14-second sequence to close out regulation.

With 14.5 seconds left, Klay Thompson drove to the basket and laid the ball in to bring the score to 103–101 Oklahoma City. On the ensuing inbound pass, Kevin Durant was double-teamed by the Warriors and threw the ball away to a pair of defenders. Golden State then rushed up the floor and used the final possession to earn two free throws after Andre Iguodala was hacked in the final second of regulation. 

Iguodala made them both.

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This frantic finish wasn’t the best highlight from Oklahoma City, though. That belonged to Stephen Curry after the MVP drained a game-winning three-pointer with 0.6 seconds left from 38.4 feet away for a 121–118 Warriors victory.

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Curry scored 46 points and tied an NBA record 12 three-pointers as Golden State improved to 53–5. Oklahoma City fell to 41–18. 

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 Klay Thompson added 32 points for Golden State while Kevin Durant scored a team-high 37 for Oklahoma City.

– Kenny Ducey

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