Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat nailed a 3-point shot with less than three seconds left in the team's game against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night, beating the defending champion 126-125. The shot was the icing on the cake for Wade, who claimed 25 points on 10-of-17 from the field and 5-of-8 from beyond the arc. It initially appeared the game was over when Kevin Durant converted a four-point play to give the Warriors a 102-98 lead over the Heat with over a minute remaining. But with just 15.4 seconds on the clock, Wade's 3-pointer cut the Heat's deficit to just one. Durant landed one free throw, which gave the Warriors a two point lead with 13.9 seconds remaining. Wade then converted his fifth and final 3-pointer right before the end, giving the Heat the win.