Then you might see it again.
If you're really lucky, you'll completely lose count of how many times it happened, just as the people in Madison Square Garden likely did in their first game at home against the Brooklyn Nets.
Felton and Chandler seem to connect a lot, and it's because they do it a ton more than any other combination in the NBA.
According to Elias, that was the 22nd alleyoop between Felton & Chandler. They lead the NBA. Three pairs of teammates are tied for 2nd w/13.
— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) December 20, 2012
Of course, they connected on more than just that single alley-oop. That would be enough for a normal game, but this was another in the battle for New York.
Felton now has 4 alley-oop passes to Chandler tonight. They lead the league with 25. #Knicks up 70-65 in the third quarter.
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) December 20, 2012
Getting that many shots directly at the rim is going to make for an extremely high field-goal percentage, and it has. If Chandler's field-goal percentage holds at just under 71 percent, he would have the second-highest single-season field-goal percentage in NBA history, right behind Wilt Chamberlain's 72.7 percent.
Chandler's oops have been a great show for all, and he's keeping us all on our toes.
Tyson Chandler is a noble centurion that through the use of power ups transforms into a legendary Altered Beast! I AM ENTHRALLED!
— Not Bill Walton (@NotBillWalton) December 20, 2012
Of course, he better thank Jackie Moon and Coffee Black for inventing it.