Best viral moments from Warriors' stunning comeback win vs. Heat

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Best moments from Warriors' stunning comeback win vs. Heat originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

The Warriors put together arguably their best win of the season Wednesday night, coming back from a 19-point deficit to beat the Miami Heat 120-112 in overtime. Golden State was undermanned, especially in the frontcourt, as Draymond Green joined James Wiseman and Kevon Looney on the sideline due to injuries.

But Kent Bazemore, Andrew Wiggins and Kelly Oubre Jr. all scored over 20 points, picking up the slack for Steph Curry, who struggled mightily from the field before hitting two monster 3-pointers in overtime to seal the win.

In case you missed the action, there were plenty of epic moments from the Warriors' win. 

Curry and Oubre both blew kisses after hitting 3-pointers. Steph, because he finally made one after 10 straight misses. Oubre, because, well, that's his thing.

 Juan Toscano-Anderson threw down a slick alley-oop in the second half.

Former Warrior Andre Iguodala hit a 3-pointer over Curry in the fourth quarter, and gave him a classic Andre look right after.

But Steph, of course, got the last laugh, hitting the dagger 3 in overtime and telling everyone it's time to go home.

After the game, Curry waited for Bazemore to finish his on-court interview before leaving the court. Steph couldn't help but do the classic "Bazemore" celebration as his teammate finished up.

As Curry and Bazemore were heading to the locker room, Draymond was waiting for them in the hallway to give his teammates some love.

During his postgame interview with reporters, Steph gave a priceless reaction when asked if he talks with his wife, Ayesha, after big Warriors wins.

All in all, it was an improbable win for the Warriors filled with plenty of viral moments. The Warriors hope this is the momentum-building win they need to separate themselves from the .500 line they have been tip-toeing around all year.

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The Warriors (16-13) will look for their first three-game winning streak of the season Friday when they kick off a four-game road trip against the Orlando Magic.

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