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Best dunk contest slam ever?

Tyler Honeycutt of the Israeli basketball league threw down a monster slam while jumping over not one, not two, not three, but four people.You have to see this one to believe it:

Best Dunk-Contest Jam Ever?

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kbandchill February 27 2014 at 8:40 AM


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swright639 February 27 2014 at 11:52 AM

bring back the old portfolio page

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craiglauone February 27 2014 at 12:16 PM

I would be impressed if I hadn't already seen the exact same dunk performed by high-school senior Grayson Allen, a Duke commit for next year.

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ihuber1 February 27 2014 at 4:25 AM


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Steve February 27 2014 at 4:32 AM


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Disculpame February 27 2014 at 10:31 AM

When a man is 5'6" and dunks, like Spud Webb, now that is a dunk. When you are 6'5" plus and do the same, that is not dunking, that is a lay up. Bottom line the rim needs to go to 12 feet. Now that would be an impressive feet, and good reason to give the players outrageous contracts.

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everettlawfirm Disculpame February 27 2014 at 10:41 AM

that would be impressive feet, like the movie Happy Feet

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jbraidedbeauty1 Disculpame February 27 2014 at 10:44 AM

Oh please... what a great dunk.. who cares to be so critical.. good dunk my man.

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Perry February 27 2014 at 9:44 AM

Sorry, but nothing remarkable demonstrated, He never dribbled the ball, Would have been called for traveling. He dragged his feet across all three of the men who just happened to be lined up. If you notice all three were not happy, and can be seen rubbing the back or their heads.
This one of the reasons that basketball no longer has any interest for me. Were they playing by the same rules that were in effect when players like Bill Russell was playing, they could not cut it. The big players are so clumsy, they can barely make a shot from the free throw line. They had to make rule changes so these big oafs could play the game.

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lmuha89903 Perry February 27 2014 at 9:59 AM

Can you do that? The dunk was impressive.

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twofourfive February 27 2014 at 9:37 AM

good but not great

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fentex5 February 27 2014 at 9:13 AM

If I want to see acrobats, I go to the circus or, to see it more gracefully prformed, Cirque du Soliel. If I want to see a basketball game, the NBA is no longer the place to see it. Most of what we see now in NBA games is a bunch of tall people pushing each other aside so that someone can demonstrate that very tall people can stuff a ball through a ten foot high hoop. The people who get pushed aside have each developed their own carefully choreographed fake flops to pretend that they were fouled or hurt. We also see a carnival sideshow of gaudily tattooed bodies on display. Most of the "art work" on those bodies looks as though the person has dirt or mud covering the exposed areas of skin.

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grdee fentex5 February 27 2014 at 11:38 AM

Exactly....When I used to watch Bob Cousy play for Holy Cross College back in 1949-1950 the SLAM DUNK was not allowed....it was also an offensive foul to even touch the rim....a much more classy game than now, with many of today's players showing their hockey and football lineman skills... I guess that's what todays fans want?

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fed1126 February 27 2014 at 1:20 AM

this is my top 10 dunkers of all time. M.J.,Connie Hawkens' Dr.J, Domineque Wilkins,Spudd Webb,David Thomson,Dr. Dunkenstien,Wilt Chamberlin,Elgin Baylor,Darrel Dawkins

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joeljoey5160 fed1126 February 27 2014 at 2:52 AM

My favorite dunking nickname. Chocolate thunder.

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