Tuesday marked the one-year anniversary of that gut-wrenching Kawhi Leonard game-winner from last year's NBA postseason, the shot that torpedoed the Sixers' chances at an NBA Finals berth, and helped end the short-lived Jimmy Butler era in Philadelphia. 

That shot.

It was, objectively, one of the most memorable shots in NBA history, so with the entire professional sports world on hold, everyone and their uncle decided to look back on the shot on Tuesday, starting bright and early in the morning.

National sports outlets like ESPN and Bleacher Report plastered perfectly-cut videos of the moment on social media timelines. The NBA, and of course the Raptors, shared their all-too-pleased content. Even NFL reporter Adam Schefter dipped his toes in the Kawhi Shot waters:

It's inescapable!

Which is pretty brutal for Sixers fans, who can't distract themselves with the postseason run their team was supposed to be making around this time of year. They just have memories of last year.

Different fans handled it in their own ways, but it wasn't pretty:

Luckily, the Sixers seemed to know this might be coming, so they put together a pretty neat video of players interacting with fans in this time of social distancing, a cool come-together piece for Philly's hoops die-hards:

 

Just put that on repeat. It's a good way to forget ... that shot.

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