Kawhi Leonard ripped the hearts out of Philadelphia 76ers fans Sunday night, as his game-winning shot secured the victory for the Toronto Raptors in Game 7.
The shot’s trajectory might’ve looked familiar to Philly fans, though. Remember the “double doink” botched Cody Parkey game-winner that handed the Eagles a playoff victory over the Bears? Well, this shot doinked in the opposite direction, stabbing Philly right through the heart.
And don’t think Chicago Bears guard Kyle Long forgot about it.
Quadruple doink https://t.co/kcEhIC0O09
— Kyle Long (@Ky1eLong) May 13, 2019
Yes, after months of chirping about the ill-fated Parkey kick, Philly’s finally getting their comeuppance. Feels good, for Long.
Philly lived by the sword talking about the Bears for the double doink, now they are dying by the sword because of the quadruple doink
— Alec (@TreyBizzy) May 13, 2019
Yes, the city went wild, all at Philly’s expense, a welcome turn of events from just a few months prior.
QUADRUPLE DOINK: The iron was kind to Philly sports in January but it ended the #Sixers' season in Toronto on Sunday night https://t.co/LiOokDVsUH
— CBS Philly (@CBSPhilly) May 13, 2019
It may have been too soon for Bears fans to relive what had happened to them in the NFL playoffs, but I am sure that if they wanted to see any team lose in this fashion, it simply had to be a Philadelphia-based squad.