A dunk happens and two names are involved: DeAndre Jordan and Utah's Enes Kanter. Surprisingly, it's actually the latter who's doing the victimizing.

To his credit, Jordan didn't get completely obliterated here. Jordan did go for that block, but he comes at it from the side rather than the front and manages to avoid getting completely embarrassed. Still, Jordan was in the vicinity of the rim and Kanter caught him slipping. Karma didn't completely get Jordan back for ruining Brandon Knight's life a little over a year ago., but the man can get got.

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[via Pro Basketball Talk]