We saw Sweet Lou's incredible offensive gifts on display Monday night, as he dropped 36 points on the defending champs in 33 minutes, tying up the Clippers’ first-round series with the Warriors at 1-1 after L.A. was at one point trailing by 31. Williams shot 13-of-22 from the field and chipped in 11 assists. Most importantly, he was absolutely lights out in the final minutes, either scoring himself or creating the Clips’ scoring opportunities practically every time down the court. Golden State had no answer for the 2005 prep-to-pro product.

Williams, 32, took some time to find his stride in the NBA; he even (briefly) spent some time in the D League—when it was still actually called that. But ever since he emerged as Sixth Man of the Year with the Raptors in 2015 (and got that legendary Drake name-drop), he's been one of the best offensive guards in the league—especially when his team needs a bucket. He doesn’t have size, but he’s dynamic with the rock in his hands. Now if only this guy could get an All-Star nod...