But in a Thursday-night game against the Denver Nuggets, Jamal Murray legally victimized Adams by going after a much lower body part: the Oklahoma City Thunder center’s ankles.
The 20-year-old took them, and he’s never giving them back.
Jamal Murray dropped Steven Adams, wow. 😳 pic.twitter.com/rO5yk43RpI
— Legion Hoops (@LegionHoops) February 2, 2018
Here’s another angle.
Jamal Murray dropped Steven Adams like a bad habit pic.twitter.com/TJscscEMdn
— Jordan Greer (@jordangreer42) February 2, 2018
— Ryan Greene 📷 (@RyanCBS4) February 2, 2018
His squad’s bench lost it.
— Bounce (@heybounce) February 2, 2018
Somehow, the game just got better from there. The Thunder stormed back from down 20 to tie the game up with 1.3 seconds remaining on a Paul George three.
PAUL GEORGE!!!!! pic.twitter.com/Cw6G2GvotM
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) February 2, 2018
— NBA (@NBA) February 2, 2018
Even icier than the shot: the fact the he hit it while wearing PG’s shoes.
YOOOOOO peep the shoes too!!!!! Lmaoooo pic.twitter.com/2fBdsDzmkN
— RJ Da Juiceman (@OG_ManTrain) February 2, 2018
“They played really good defense. They didn’t let the guy go on the top,” Jokic said of the final play. “And I think Russell fell asleep, and let Gary slide to the spot, knock down the 3. That’s probably one of the best assists of my life.”
Jokic on Gary Harris’ game winner: “I think Russell fell asleep” pic.twitter.com/jnxLjdPd5i
— The Render (@TheRenderNBA) February 2, 2018
Anyone who doesn’t think this is the best league in the world is crazy.