Brooklyn Nets guard C.J. Watson blew a wide-open dunk in the fourth quarter of Saturday's NBA Eastern Conference first round Game 4 against the Chicago Bulls.
It happened with 3:24 left in regulation with the Nets holding a 109-95 lead, and a bucket by Watson could have put the game out of reach and tied the series at 2-2. Instead, the Bulls pulled off an unbelievable rally in the final minutes of the fourth quarter to tie the game in regulation and win the game in triple overtime 142-134 to take a 3-1 series lead.
Watson's blown dunk might not have directly cost the Nets the game, but it certainly didn't help.