The Bobcats center was left wide open on the baseline and got the ball with K.G. caught out of position. As Garnett ran back to defend him, Biyombo took off and threw down a two-handed monster dunk over him. Watch it in the video above.
The Bobcats caught the Nets at the right time in order to earn their first win in the series since April 11, 2011 — a span of seven consecutive losses. They took advantage of Nets center Brook Lopez missing a third straight game by owning a 52-34 advantage in paint.
In addition to that, Nets’ Deron Williams reinjured his ankle late in the second quarter when he stepped on Walker’s foot and never returned.
This goes down as Brooklyn’s sixth loss in its last seven games.