Surely you remember the epic shot that won last year's March Madness college basketball tournament.
But you've never seen it quite like this.
One awesome dad just recreated Kris Jenkins' buzzer-beater for Villanova — using Legos and stop-motion animation. Better yet, he included a fascinating making-of video for the quirky project, as well as a heart-warming note to his hoops-loving daughter.
But we'll get to those details in a second.
First, behold the masterpiece by Jared Jacobs, which even includes North Carolina's would-be game-winner just before Jenkins' heroic moment. (Tip: Watch with your volume on.)
Not bad at all. Here's a look at the actual replay, in case you need a reminder.
And here's a better look at the Lego recreation's caption, which is actually a lovely little tribute from a father to his daughter.
And finally, here's a time-lapse video showing the painstaking process that was required to create this nerdy masterpiece.
Meanwhile, because now you're probably wondering: The 2017 March Madness field will be set this Sunday.