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Sue Ogrocki, AP
New York Knicks' Enes Kanter, right, a former Oklahoma City Thunder center, poses for a selfie with a fan before Game 5 of an NBA basketball first-round playoff series between the Utah Jazz and the Thunder in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, April 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

The Utah Jazz looked like they had Game 5 wrapped up, holding a 71-46 lead with 8:34 left in the third quarter.

That was until the Oklahoma City Thunder went on a 32-7 run to cut the 25-point gap. The two teams ended the fourth quarter tied at 78-78.

And then, the Thunder went on to defeat the Jazz, 107-99.

The internet couldn't handle it.

The 32-7 run received its own batch of disbelief from the internet, too.

Enes Kanter in the house

It appears there’s no love lost between the Utah Jazz fans and Enes Kanter, the former player for both the Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder.

Before Game 5 tipped off on Wednesday night, Kanter made it known that he would attend the game at Oklahoma City, saying that he would root for the Thunder as well.

"I am cheering for the Thunder. And I am not cheering for the Utah Jazz."

This ignited numerous reactions from the internet.

Jazz fans weren’t happy with the Knicks’ big man.

https://twitter.com/theshrillest/status/989316436093911040

Thunder fans appreciate him, though.

https://twitter.com/anjelo_trey5/status/989324533529165825

Kanter's shirt β€” which read "Stash Bros" as a reference to him and Thunder center Steven Adams β€” also drew reaction.