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It has to be kind of hard for fans of teams like the Toronto Raptors whose team has been out of playoff contention for some time. Do you cheer for them to win because you hate to suck? Or do you want them to lose in order to improve their chances in the draft lottery?
Lucky for the Toronto Faithful they do have some talented players like Terrence Ross who on occasion give them something to cheer about--like this 360-degree dunk!
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Video: A dunk so big that the bench dosido's
The Toronto Raptors Terrence Ross forced the Minnesota Timberwolves home crowd to say ‘ooooh!,’ as he threw down one of the hardest 360-degree dunks we have seen in a long time.
The pop from the contact is furious and so was his intentions. The Raptors walked away winners on Friday 95-93
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Video: Terrence Ross throws down the 360 power...
Toronto Raptors shooting guard Terrence Ross threw down a monster 360 slam dunk in the fourth quarter of Friday night's game at the Target Center in Minneapolis.
Ross scored 7 points off the bench to help the Raptors beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 95-93.
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The ups that Terrence Ross possesses are not to be trifled with. Check out his latest dunk, this time of the 360 degree variety Friday night when his Raptors took on the T-Wolves.
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