For those who have never seen 1992's White Men Can't Jump, rent it. Also, Billy Hoyle is the White character, played by Woody Harrelson who finally dunks at the end of the movie.
Budinger kept the warmup T-shirt on and slipped on a backwards snapback hat as if he was hustling opponents alongside Sidney Deane (played by Wesley Snipes) in a game of two on two up to 11.
Then, just like Hoyle in the movie, Budinger takes a perfect lob pass from Diddy, the assumed prop in this case and slams it home after leaping him like an improperly-placed six-foot traffic cone.
The most underrated performance of the night goes to Budinger's Rockets teammate Chandler Parsons though, who played a behind-the-scenes role better known as "the guy who tells the other guy when to throw the ball."
It must also be mentioned that Diddy tossed a sweet ball that allowed the former Arizona Wildcat to finish cleanly on the first attempt. Kudos, Puff.