Steve Kerr lauded Stephen Curry's "magical" performance as the two-time NBA MVP propelled the Golden State Warriors to victory over the Boston Celtics.
Curry, whose NBA record of 268 successive games with a successful 3-pointer came to an end in the Warriors' previous outing, was on fire as Kerr's team saw off Boston 132-126 in overtime on Tuesday.
The 35-year-old had 33 points, with seven of those coming in overtime, nailed a brilliant 3-pointer with 12 seconds remaining to inspire the Warriors to victory.
Klay Thompson chipped in with 24 points, Jonathan Kuminga added 17 and Trayce Jackson-Davis contributed 10 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists, but the plaudits went to Curry.
"Nothing shocks me with Steph, that shot was insane, the catch-and-shoot, the arc," Kerr said.
"But I fully expected it to go in, and I think all of our fans did, too. The guy's magical.
"I can't explain it. That's just the kind of stuff he does."
Rookie Jackson-Davis said of Curry's shot: "It was a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow."
Curry, though, credited the work of Kuminga and Jackson-Davis down the stretch.
"Trayce's two blocks he had, you feel the crowd get into it, everybody hyped up. Then JK's steel in the first minute of OT," Curry said. "I was feeding off the crowd's energy and those guys created that with those individual plays.
"Everybody with significant minutes contributed in some way, shape or form. It was a gutsy win, to say the least."
The Warriors have now won their last three games, moving to 13-14 for the season, a game behind the Phoenix Suns in the Western Conference.
Boston remain top of the East, but they have suffered three successive road defeats.