I'm sure a lot of us watch NBA games and check out the people sitting in those prime courtside seats. Since I live in L.A., usually the people sitting courtside are Jack Nicholson, David Beckham and whatever minor celebrity's agent scored the seats so their client can get seen. There's pretty much a zero probability I'll ever find myself in those seats, but I've still wondered what the view is like.
A fan in Brooklyn last night had the foresight to fire up the camera on their phone in the waning moments of the Nets and Knicks game. As it turns out, Jason Kidd caught a pass and knocked down what would turn out to be the game winning three right in front of the person getting the video. It's a pretty cool look, but the best part of the video to me is Spike Lee running around like a lunatic after Kidd drills the shot.