The Warriors guard launched a half-court shot while double-teamed with four seconds still to go in Wednesday’s 107-103 loss to the Suns

Poole — who recorded a career-high 38 points to go with nine rebounds and seven assists in the Western Conference thriller — explained his shot after the game.

“We were in the bonus and we were down three,” he said. “If I would have dribbled the ball up any more, they would have took a foul

“Probably get three free throws,” Poole said. “Obviously I was shooting to make it but they also sent a trap. There was a guy in the middle and a guy on the half court line. There wasn’t really much to do.”

SAN FRANCISCO — Jordan Poole wasn’t fazed when Chris Paul tried chirping him during Wednesday’s game against the Phoenix Suns.

Poole sparked life into the Warriors’ offense after the Suns jumped to an early 12-2 lead, scoring 15 points in the first quarter as he helped the team rebound from the deficit.

Playing alongside Poole Wednesday gave Draymond Green a sense of nostalgia. In the first quarter, Green passed to a cutting Poole and set a screen as the third-year guard launched a three.

In Wednesday’s game, Poole, who’s leading the league in made 3-pointers this month (67), converted on seven of his 15 attempts from three.

Wednesday was the 15th straight game he’s scored 20 or more points, making him only the 10th Warrior to have a 20-point streak of that length

Poole, a former G League role player, has yet to play in an NBA postseason, but he believes his encounter Wednesday with Paul resembled a playoff atmosphere.