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OAKLAND (CBSMiami) – The Miami Heat may not have won Tuesday’s game against the Golden State Warriors but they certainly left the arena with the play of the night.

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Heat forward James Johnson absolutely obliterated Warriors star Steph Curry on a buzzer-beating two-handed dunk at the end of the first quarter.

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Curry was clearly trying to draw a charge as the lane opened up for Johnson.

Unfortunately, the sharpshooting guard had his heels on the ‘no-charge zone’ line underneath the basket and Johnson leaped right into Curry’s face before flying over him and slamming the ball home.

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In a season that has seen the Heat struggle to an 11-29 record, good for 14th place in the 15-team Eastern Conference, a highlight like this can go a long way.