NBA Playoffs 2013: NBA players enjoy Paul George dunking on Birdman

Mike Ehrmann

Paul George surprised the Heat and, well, everyone else with his third quarter dunk, bringing quick reactions from NBA players on Twitter.

Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals paused for a beat late in the third quarter while everyone around the world digested Paul George blowing by LeBron James and then throwing down a one-handed dunk on top of Chris "Birdman" Andersen.

Then came the reaction in various forms, which for several NBA players watching at home, included Twitter. Anthony Morrow summed up the initial reaction of everyone watching the game perfectly.

James Harden weighed in with his impression of the finish over Birdman.

Jared Cunningham joined in the disbelief of what he just saw from his bud.

Willie Green had to agree with the early reviews of the play.

Willie Reed saw PG expressing his inner-most emotions all over Birdman and the Heat.

Chandler Parsons had the tweet of the night, though:

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