Gilbert Arenas made three free throws with one-tenth of a second remaining to give the Wizards a wild 107-106 victory over the Warriors on Sunday.
With Washington trailing 106-104 with 2.9 seconds to go, Arenas caught an inbounds pass near the top of the key and drove to the basket. The horn sounded before Arenas released a shot, but the officials ruled that Mickael Pietrus fouled Arenas with time left on the clock.
Warriors coach Don Nelson was issued a technical foul for arguing the call, and Arenas was awarded a total of three free throws.
With the crowd on its feet, Arenas nailed the first two free throws before Golden State called timeout. He then calmly stepped back to the line and sank the third shot.