Coming into the home of the defending NBA champions, everyone was expecting the Warriors' impressive four-game road winning streak to come to a humbling end in South Beach.
Not quite how it went down.
The Warriors played their absolute toughest game of the year while outrebounding, outworking and establishing themselves as the more physical team in this gem of a performance.
Having shut down the Heat over the final three minutes of the game, the Warriors found themselves with the ball on the last possession of the game with the score tied at 95. The Heat never could have guessed who would was going to score the winning basket.
After trying to set corner picks for both Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, Draymond Green saw a wide-open path to the basket and made the cut. Jarrett Jack found him with a perfect alley-oop pass and Green finished the go-ahead bucket with 0.9 seconds left on the clock.
The Heat were stunned. Never in a million years did they expect the rookie second-round pick to beat them on their own floor. But that's who Draymond Green is: a gamer. He doesn't care who the opponent is or how big of a situation is, he will be ready.
That's why this is the Warriors best moment from the year so far. Because it embodies the exact attitude needed once the playoffs come around. The need to be fearless and they need to be ready. Because once the regular season ends, it is going to be a whole new brand of basketball.
Here's to hoping we get a few more of these incredible moments during these final 10 games of the regular season and the playoffs.
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