Nearly 20 hours after The Dunk, “Jason Terry” was still trending worldwide on Twitter.

For the uninitiated, “trending” is a Top 10 of the most frequently tweeted or re-tweeted words or phrases on Twitter. When LeBron James dunked over Terry on Monday in Boston, the Internet’s nuclear core went Chernobyl with a hysterical meltdown in the form of photo-edited spoofs — “memes” — and witty one-liners.

Nearly a full day after the play, the aftermath of The Dunk was still circulating through cyberspace like a virus. The Heat’s winning streak extended to 23 games after Monday’s 105-103 victory against the Celtics and James hit the game-winning shot to cap the Heat’s largest comeback of the season (17 points), but all anyone wanted to talk about was The Dunk and the untimely “death” of Terry.

The Internet is a ruthless place and the running joke, as is the case when anyone is on the receiving end of a vicious dunk, was that Terry expired on Monday after attempting in vain to defend the alley-oop from Norris Cole to James.

Even Terry’s Wikipedia page was edited to jokingly note his passing: “Jason Eugene Terry (born September 15, 1977; death on March 18, 2013. Cause of death was LeBron James.)”

Various memes included a graveside-service scene ripped from an episode of the television series Lost. The image of Terry lying flat on the court was edited into the picture in place of a casket. In attendance at the burial were Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Tom Brady.

Another photo mockup showed wrestler The Undertaker holding down Terry for a three count while James menacingly stared down at the scene. Many more tongue-in-cheek graphics popped up on Twitter as well: headstones above Terry’s body, police tape marking the scene of the crime, Terry’s soul floating above his body and James dressed like the grim reaper.