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Mario Hezonja Deserves a Statue Outside of Penn Station After Dunking On Giannis Antetokounmpo, Staring Down His Lifeless Body and Stepping Over His Dead Carcass

What Happened?

A King is Born.

Here is Giannis’s reaction to being castrated in the heart of Manhattan:

 

Mario Sauce Zonja dunked on Giannis at the beginning of the first quarter so it’s an interesting move for Giannis to say he’s going to punch him ‘next time’ when he had a full game to retaliate but instead, chose to lie dead on the court as Mario dragged his moon-sized testicles across his chin.

If you remember last season, Kristaps Porzingis tore his ACL dunking on Giannis and landing on his foot. This is revenge. Eye for an eye. The only thing I wish Mario did was pull out a pocket knife and cut Giannis’s ACL out of his leg and hold it over his head like a trophy but I’ll settle for the Allen Iverson step over.

The New York Knicks would go on to win 136-134 in an overtime thriller and that two-point advantage was all thanks to Hezonja (who only played 12 minutes and that dunk is the only time he scored all night but that’s like hitting a walk-off grand slam except he happened to do it in the first quarter).

It’s Mario Hezonja’s world and we’re all just lucky to be living in it. Except for Giannis. Who was murdered. RIP ya bitch.

 

 

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