Everything went right for the Lakers on Tuesday night.
Not only did Los Angeles upset the visiting Warriors, 115-105, but former Kings and Lakers center Vlade Divac made a halfcourt shot between the third and fourth quarters, raising $90,000 for charity.
Half of the money will go to his charity, and the other half to the Lakers Youth Foundation.
Divac was drafted by the Lakers 26th overall in 1989. He played his first seven seasons in Los Angeles before being traded to the Hornets in July, 1996 for Kobe Bryant.
Bryant, who did not play against Golden State on Tuesday, had just been drafted 13th overall.
After two seasons in Charlotte, Divac signed with Sacramento as a free agent in January, 1999.
He spent the next six seasons with the Kings, and was named to his only All-Star team in 2001.