Jordan Morgan recorded his second double-double of the weekend in the most Jordan Morgan way possible: by attempting to take a charge, not getting the call, and grabbing a board anyway while he's flat on his back.
This didn't make the top ten from the weekend. Don't fret, though—Morgan still makes several appearances. For the rest of the first two rounds of the tourney in GIFs, hit the jump.
[JUMP like GRIII over Javan Felix.]
As usual, click the stills/links to open each GIF in a lightbox, and don't forget to vote for your favorite at the end of the post.
Stauskas hits a three, McGary's wings malfunction.
Morgan drive and one-handed slam.
Horford dunk, Dakich somethingorother.
Spike fronts Cameron Ridley, then Texas throws LOL-worthy lob.
Morgan two-handed slam.
Morgan's floor board.
Jordan Morgan, a little too turnt.
Robinson the Second, mildly amused at being on screen.
A first-half three-point barrage in the tourney. Florida knows that feel, Texas.
9. Zone Killers
Textbook. (Also: Dakich warning.)
Not so textbook. (Impressive hops from Derrick Walton on the bench, though.)
Flickr changes the filenames, but those three GIFs are titled "zonemurderdunk," "zonemurderthree," and "zoneinvoluntarymanslaughter."
8. GRIII GTFO
I love the way the Texas male cheerleaders slowly lower their megaphones as the ball bounces a couple rows into the stands.
Also, CBS had a perfect replay angle of this play that they cut off far too soon so they could show... an above-the-basket look at the same block, which was just as pointless as you'd imagine.
Not only did they have the obnoxious habit of switching up the broadcast camera to "basketball minus depth perception," they cut short a ton of replays that would've made for great GIFs. Stop trying to win an Emmy for cinematography, CBS Director Guy.
7. Lottery Floater
Such a remarkable finish, and at a really critical time to boot.
Sadly, CBS's replay didn't show the blow-by that preceded it. Some network please hire me so I can install dedicated bench-cams, pick replays that are actually useful/entertaining, and never switch the camera angle during play.
6. Yes, You're On TV
You think Mitch McGary and Andrew Dakich were ready for the first three-pointer of the second half?
5. Andrew Dakich, Aspiring Referee
Take notes, Teddy V.
4. Jordan Morgan, Troll God
"I TOOK BETTER CHARGES IN MIDDLE SCHOOL, WHICH WAS A TEN-MILE UPHILL WALK BOTH WAYS FROM MY HOUSE. THEY REPLACED THAT SCHOOL WITH A MCDONALDS IN 1962." — Jordan Morgan, probably.
It's not quite AI-on-Lue, but damn, J-Mo, way to take the on-court shaming up a notch.
You'd be forgiven for thinking GRIII was completely unguarded on this play, as Javan Felix is in the picture for about three frames before Robinson goes clear over him.
2. J-Mo Hulk Mode
I don't care that this basket ultimately didn't count, and I don't Morgan did, either.
FRAMES OF THE GAMES: Where's Nnanna?
This could've been the entirety of the Wofford recap.
The way GRIII eyes the ball for a moment—like he considers grabbing a ball that's about 13 feet off the ground, then decides he'll save his energy for later—is a great touch to this, as well.