Steph Curry called game.
With the score tied at 127 between the Warriors and the visiting Los Angeles Clippers, Curry shook Montrezl Harrell and hit the game-winning layup with 0.5 seconds left.
Clippers wing Tobias Harris missed a desperation three-pointer at the buzzer as the Warriors beat their division rivals, 129-127.
The game-winner capped off a 42-point night for Curry. Kevin Durant added 35 points of his own, while Harris led the Clips with 32.
It was Curry's seventh game-winning shot of his career, and the first since he sunk the Mavericks back in January.
Stephen Curry‘s go-ahead bucket with 0.5 seconds to play marks his seventh career game-winning shot with five seconds or fewer remaining. pic.twitter.com/OE7Ti2s5rL— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) December 24, 2018
The bench sensed the moment was coming, and stood up in unison to watch the final possession.
In case you were wondering: yes, it's even better in slow motion.
The thrilling win bumps the Warriors' record to 23-11 heading into Tuesday's anticipated Christmas Day matchup against LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers.
The upstart Clippers fell to 19-14.