Referee rides Derek Fisher like a pony

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Oklahoma City Thunder guard Derek Fisher probably feels a little bit violated after last nights game against the San Antonio Spurs.

Sure the Thunder got the 111-105 win in the end, and Fisher himself ended up with a respectable nine points off the bench, but something else happened that will be remembered for a lot longer than those points.

For some reason still unbeknown to us, after a couple of players got tangled up in a jump ball, referee Mike Callahan decided to stand over Fisher who was still on the floor.

As Fisher tried to get up, he was met by the seemingly immovable force of a referee straddling him. The result of this all was a very short, but brilliantly funny video of Callahan riding the prone player like a tiny horse.

Oh, and thanks to the great work of Brian Floyd and Seth Rosenthal at SBNation, it's all set to that classic 1996 hit "Pony" by Ginuwine.

Somehow Fisher managed to get a technical on the play as well, which all seems a bit like a dream.   

Oklahoma City Thunder
San Antonio Spurs

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