Indiana Pacers All-Star Victor Oladipo made his return to the court for the first time in over a calendar year Wednesday night against the Chicago Bulls.
Out since Jan. 23 of last year after suffering a devastating leg injury, Oladipo more than made it count.
With his Pacers down 100-97 late in the fourth quarter, the dude nailed a 28-foot three-pointer to tie the game up and force overtime.
It was simply insane to see.
It was just over a year ago that Oladipo’s career stopped in its tracks after he suffered a ruptured quad tendon.
He’s now out here playing hero ball in a big Eastern Conference game with his Pacers in need of a clutch shot.
Could we ask for a better storyline?