Stephen Jackson scored 31 points, including hitting a game-tying 3-pointer in regulation, and the Charlotte Bobcats dominated overtime for a 121-113 victory over the host Golden State Warriors on Friday.
D.J. Augustin finished with 27 points and 12 assists while Kwame Brown and Nazr Mohammed added 13 apiece for Charlotte, which won its fourth consecutive road game for the first time in two seasons.
The Warriors led by five points with 17 seconds left in the fourth quarter, only to blow the lead. Jackson was fouled shooting a 3-pointer and hit all three freebies. After Monta Ellis spilt a pair of free-throws on the other end, the Bobcats got the ball with a chance to tie.
Following a miss by Gerald Wallace, Augustin rebounded and found Jackson, who sent the game to overtime by banking in a 3-pointer with one second remaining.
The Bobcats led for all of overtime and Augustin iced things with four free-throws in the final 26 seconds.
Stephen Curry scored 27 points and Dorell Wright had 21 for Golden State, which dropped its fourth straight game. Ellis struggled to 21 points on just 6 of 24 shooting.