On Monday night, LeBron James and the Cavaliers snatched a victory from the red-hot Wizards thanks to a miraculous fadeaway 3-pointer with three tenths of a second left in regulation to tie the game.
The Cavs would go on to win in overtime 140-135 thanks to some Game 7-like heroics from Kyrie Irving.
While the buzzer-beater did not work in the Wizards' favor, it certainly was a memorable shot.
And it got us thinking, what are the best buzzer-beaters the Wizards have been a part of since 2000?
There are some good ones to choose from.
Honorable Mention: Cartier Martin vs. 76ers, Nov. 3, 2010
John Wall's home debut started with an elongated dance number during his player introduction and ended with a 116-115 overtime victory over the 76ers. The Wizards got to overtime because of Cartier Martin's game-tying buzzer-beater at the end of regulation.
CARTIER. CLUTCH. MARTIN.
10. Bradley Beal vs. Magic, Dec. 10, 2014
Not all buzzer-beaters are 3-pointers, but all buzzer-beaters are great.
Against the Magic in 2014, the Wizards had less than a second remaining on the clock and possession of the ball out of bounds. Andre Miller tossed a picture-perfect lob pass to Bradley Beal, who slammed it home at the buzzer.
9. John Wall vs. Bulls, Jan. 17, 2017
OK, this is more of a game-winner than a buzzer-beater, but the circumstances make it important.
The Wizards had won five of their last eight since beating the Bulls by ten in Chicago a few weeks prior. Rookie Denzel Valentine's antics fueled the fire inside John Wall, who responded, hitting clutch jumper with five seconds left, his first-career NBA game-winner.
The monster was awoken, and the Wizards would go on to win 11 of their next 14 games before falling to Cleveland on Monday night.
8. Gilbert Arenas vs. Sonics, March 27, 2007
As you're about to find out, the 2006-07 season was a good one for Wizards' buzzer-beaters, thanks in large part to Gilbert Arenas.
While this wasn't his most outstanding game-winner, it sure was a tough shot. Also, any time we can mention the Seattle Sonics is good for the soul.
7. Bradley Beal vs. Spurs, Nov. 2015
The Spurs are NBA royalty, and every time Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and company are in town, the game has a playoff-like feel.
Bradley Beal and John Wall scored the final 15 points of the game for the Wizards, which included the game-winner from Beal, and an emphatic "DAGGER" call from our guy Steve Buckhantz.
6. Gilbert Arenas vs. Cavaliers. Game 6 of 2006 Playoffs
Like LeBron James' shot on Monday night, this shot from Gilbert Arenas extended the game into overtime instead of ending it.
But it makes our list because Arenas was basically in Anacostia when he hoisted up the 3-pointer.
A playoff-extending buzzer-beater is always worthy of a mention.
5. Gilbert Arenas vs. Jazz, Jan. 15, 2007
Gilber Arenas could do very little wrong in the winter of 2006-2007.
From Dec. 1 to March 1, Arenas scored at least 40 points six times, including a 51-point performance against the Jazz, which he capped with a mammoth dagger at the buzzer.
4. Gilbert Arenas vs. Bucks, Jan. 3, 2007
The 2006-07 season was a highly entertaining one for the Wizards and their fans, thanks in large part to the "Big Three" of Antawn Jamison, Caron Butler.
Arenas' buzzer-beater against the Bucks spurred one of a great individual runs of recent memory, and it all started with him launching a deep 3-pointer and turning to walk away before the shot even hit the twin.
3. Michael Jordan vs. Cavaliers. Jan. 30, 2002
Michael Jordan came out of retirement (again) to join the Wizards in the early 2000's and while he did not bring a championship threepeat to Washington, D.C., he did bring excitement back to the nation's capital.
In perhaps the signature moment of his Wizards tenure, Jordan hit "The Shot, Part II," a pull-up buzzer-beater against the Cavaliers a la his Game 5 buzzer-beater against the Cavaliers in the 1989 NBA Playoffs.
2. Gilbert Arenas vs. Bulls. Game 6 of 2005 Playoffs
Gilbert Arenas hit so many big shots it is difficult to keep track of them all.
While this wasn't his best buzzer-beater, it was his most important, as it helped the Wizards close out their first playoff series victory since 1982.
It was the start of Arenas' run of clutch shots in Washington, D.C.
1. Paul Pierce vs. Hawks. Game 3, 2015 NBA Playoffs
Paul Pierce made a career of hitting clutch buckets, and in his first season with the Wizards, he hit the most clutch of buckets.
The Wizards and Hawks were tied on the scoreboard and in the playoff series.
With time winding down and overtime looking imminent in Game 3, "The Truth" called "Game" and hit a fade-away bank shot at the buzzer to give the Wizards the victory, and a 2-1 playoff lead.
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