After Anthony Davis hit the game-winning shot in Game 2 over the Denver Nuggets, the Los Angeles Lakers bench charged at the big man in celebration. Yet before Davis was able to celebrate with his teammates, he accidentally kneed rookie Talen Horton-Tucker to the ground.

After all the commotion, Horton-Tucker noted that the knee didn't hurt at all. In fact, it energized him.

Below is another look of Davis' accidental flying knee on Horton-Tucker. Davis was so pumped about the game-winner that he didn't notice that he flattened the rookie. Good thing that Markief Morris was there to help Horton-Tucker get up back to his feet.

The Lakers are now up 2-0 in the Western Conference Finals against the Denver Nuggets. It was a close call right at the very end. But the Lakers proved why they are the top favorites to win it all this year.

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