Bradley's high-flying stunt came in the final seconds of the Warriors' 129-127 victory on Sunday at Oracle Arena in Oakland. The Clippers trailed the Warriors 127-125 with about 20 seconds remaining when Tobias Harris took off on a breakaway. The Clippers forward went up for a shot against Kevin Durant, but had the attempt rejected.
Bradley -- who was trailing on the play -- caught the ball in midair with his right hand, while jumping from behind a rebounding Thompson. He threw the ball through the rim for a ferocious thrown-down before landing on top of the Warriors star.
Unfortunately for the Clippers, Warriors star Stephen Curry left the final mark on the game, making a game-winning layup with just seconds remaining.
Curry had a game-high 42 points for the Warriors. Durant chipped in 35 points and had 12 rebounds, five assists and three blocks in the win. Bradley scored 12 points for the Clippers. Harris led Los Angeles with 32 points.