Just as when the smoke clears from the internet explosion caused by Eric Bledsoe’s head-scratching inbound blooper not a week ago, another player reset the web on fire after committing his own version of the brain-fart crime.

During a play in last night’s Spurs game against the Memphis Grizzlies in San Antonio, starting point guard Dejounte Murray seemingly lost his head when he stepped out of bounds on purpose after already receiving a legitimate inbound pass from Trey Lyles. Murray tried to pass it back to Lyles before the closest referee called the error.

It is mind puzzling to see point guards commit these miscues as they are expected to be the extension of the coach’s mind on the hardcourt. But let us cut both these players some slack. Save for these blunders, both Bledsoe and Murray currently post decent numbers so far in the season.

Bledsoe averages 16.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, 5.0 assists while playing about 26 minutes per game as a starter. Murray meanwhile tallies 11.8 points on 48 percent shooting, 7.9 boards, 5.2 assists, 1.6 steals while playing just a shade over 23 minutes per outing.

Despite this, though, both players still could not escape the scrutiny from the fans.

This twitter user used the “hold my beer” meme to compare the blunders, apparently implying that Murray did it better, or more appropriately, did it worse.

And of course, with no further questions, it reached Shaqtin’.

It was a forgettable night for the 23-year old Murray as the Spurs would eventually lose the game, 113-109. He played just 19 minutes, scored just four points and spent the entire crunch time as Coach Gregg Popovich opted to play Bryn Forbes and Derrick White to finish the game. Reports say the late benching was part of Murray’s minute restriction after his injury.

But the 3rd year guard found solace when Tony Parker specifically mentioned his name during the Spurs legend’s speech in his retirement ceremony.

“Dejounte Murray, the Spurs are in great hands. Keep it going, little bro,” Parker said.