Gordon Hayward's "Decision"-mocking video was mocked in turn Tuesday.

The NBA world was sent into a tizzy Tuesday with reports (most notably from ESPN’s Chris Haynes, but also the Boston Globe‘s Adam Himmelsbach) that Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward planned to sign with the Boston Celtics in free agency, then subsequent reports (most notably from CSN NE’s Sherrod Blakely) that Hayward hadn’t decided yet, others (most notably Tony Jones of The Salt Lake Tribune saying Hayward kept changing his mind), and hours of further waiting. Amidst all this, Alex Kennedy dug up a 2011 video with Hayward parodying LeBron James’ “The Decision,” announcing that he was “going to take my talents to StarCraft 2 and join the IGN Pro League“:

That led to plenty of mockery, and understandably so:

It also led to plenty of people digging up old, indecisive tweets from Hayward:

And also, times he’d complained about a wait:

Perhaps this is all just confirmation of Malinowski’s First Law:

[For The Win]

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Andrew Bucholtz is a staff writer for Awful Announcing and The Comeback. He previously worked at Yahoo! Sports Canada and Black Press.

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