If that's not the biggest shot of Andre Iguodala's career, it's mighty high up on the list.

Iguodala sealed a crucial Warriors' victory in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Saturday night when he converted a 3-pointer with 5.9 seconds remaining in regulation to extend Golden State's lead over Toronto to 109-104, which would prove to be the final score in the series-tying win.

It was a highlight-reel ending for Iguodala, who was removed from the game in the second quarter after taking a hard screen from Raptors center Marc Gasol. He missed the remainder of the first half but returned for the start of the third quarter, and his presence was clearly essential to Golden State's victory.

With his clutch 3-pointer, Iguodala finished the game with eight points, eight rebounds and six assists in 28 minutes.

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The NBA Finals are now tied at one game apiece as the series transitions back to Oakland for Games 3 and 4.