With about three minutes to go in regulation in Game 4 and the Nets up fourteen, C.J. Watson famously botched a wide-open fast-break dunk — his first dunk attempt since utero (ed. note: conjecture). You know what happened afterwards: Nate Robinson led an impossible comeback that ended in a miraculous triple-overtime victory for Chicago, putting the Bulls up 3-1 in the best-of-seven series.
Tonight, Watson had the same chance, and did what he does best: make a layup. Good on you, C.J. Watson. Good on you.