Jermaine O'Neal Makes Game-Saving Block, Is Very Pleased With HimselfTom Ley2/21/14 10:23amFiled to: highlight reeljermaine o'nealgolden state warriorshouston rocketschandler parsons251EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink You can give Steph Curry the credit for last night's Warriors' victory if you want to—he did tie the game with a preposterous layup at the end of regulation before scoring seven points in OT, after all—but I prefer to think that this game belonged to old-ass Jermaine O'Neal. Advertisement With 25 seconds to play in overtime and the Rockets down by one, O'Neal found himself face-to-face with a charging Chandler Parsons, a man who is much younger and much better at jumping than Jermaine O'Neal. Parsons went up for the dunk and what he probably thought was going to be the game-winning basket, only to find O'Neal waiting for him at the rim, ready to put a lid on his would-be highlight. And then it was time for the 35-year-old big man to uncork some old-man swagger. It's probably been a while since he's had anything to mean mug about in a game, so we won't blame him for his post-block stare down for being a little affectless. It was still better than the Kobe Face. Advertisement And the best part? O'Neal made this block after having been baptized by a nasty Dwight Howard dunk earlier in the game:Sometimes it's nice to see the guy who gets posterized get the last laugh.