Klay Thompson scored 29 points on Sunday night to help the Warriors defeat the Portland Trail Blazers.
With Golden State trailing 90-89, he hit a shot in the lane to give the Warriors a 91-90 lead with 8.7 seconds remaining.
That bucket may not have have been his most impressive of the game, however.
With 3:25 left, Thompson caught the ball on the wing, blew past Steve Blake and emphatically dunked on Robin Lopez.
The slam gave the Warriors an 85-84 lead with 3:20 on the clock, and Portland coach Terry Stotts immediately called time out.
Thompson and the Warriors are 3-0 for the first time since the 1994-95 season.
They are back in action Wednesday night against the Clippers at Oracle Arena.