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If you don’t like the NBA Slam Dunk contest, you probably appreciated the college slam dunk contest where Detroit-Mercy Titan’s Doug Anderson put on a show. It would be difficult to argue against him as being better than everyone else in the NBA with what he calls ‘in game dunks.’ Check out his final dunk that gave him the title: Unreal. You can checkout the rest of his dunks from the contest at friend of the site, It’s Always Sunny In Detroit
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Detroit high-flier Doug Anderson stole the show at the 2013 College Slam Dunk Contest with an unreal 360, through-the-legs dunk.
If you missed him on Sportscenter’s Top 10 throughout the year, Detroit’s Doug Anderson has some harsh feelings towards basketball rims. They stole his lunch money. They picked on him through his awkward years. They would yell “Kool-Aid!” when his momma walked by wearing red.
And now he takes out his anger on each and every rim he comes across. Poor, poor rims.
There are some people who can dunk, and then there are dunkers. Doug Anderson is a real man who came to the 2013 State Farm College Slam Dunk Contest with some simple intentions. I’m gonna dunk this basketball, real real hard. I’m gonna jump real real high. I’m going to do dunks that I could do [...]The post Detroit’s Doug Anderson Put One Of The Better Slam Dunk Performances...
Doug Anderson of Detroit Mercy introduced himself to the world Thursday night during the College Dunk Contest in Atlanta. Anderson scored perfect scores on each of his attempts and capped it all off with this impressive 360-degree, between the legs dunk that brought home the crown.The post Doug Anderson went with a 360-degree, between the legs dunk to win the College Dunk Contest...
Detroit's Doug Anderson puts on a show during the College Slam Dunk competition en route to a runaway win. Shaming the NBA All-Star weekend single-handedly.
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University of Detroit guard Doug Anderson wowed the crowd (and now the World Wide Web) with the insane dunk in the video below to win the College Slam Dunk Competition, one of the events in Atlanta leading up to this weekend's Final Four.
After watching this what the NBA needs to do is clear. Take the million that Magic has offered and whatever anyone else want to throw in...
University of Detroit Mercy's Doug Anderson, Mott CC alum, knows how to dunk a basketball. That's to put it as boringly as possible. Because his dunks were not boring.
Here's his 4th dunk of the college slam dunk competition, which won him the competition quite easily:
For a look at his other three dunks, all perfect scores, head over to It's Always...
Wow. Just wow. Sorry LeBron but you have nothing on University of Detroit’s Doug Anderson.
University of Detroit Mercy high-riser Doug Anderson wrecked the competition with four dunks on his way to winning the College Slam Dunk contest. He received perfect 40′s straight through the competition and - most impressively – only needed one try for each of his dunks.
ESPN’s Jimmy Dykes called him a “1-seed” going up against all “16-seeds” in comparison to his...
Doug Anderson played for the University of Detroit this season.
You probably didn’t know him before, but I bet you know him now. Has this dunk ever been done before? Anderson has a reputation with hard-core college basketball fans, as one of the best dunkers in college and he surely didn’t disappoint with this dunk.
FYI, Dick Vitale use to be the head coach at the University of Detroit.
University of Detroit's Doug Anderson pulled off an amazing dunk at the college dunk contest this year:
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You know how LeBron James is always playing that worn out routine of “Maybe I should be in the Slam Dunk Contest this year…” and us basketball fans are like, “Please, oh, please LeBron, would ya do that, King? Would ya?” and he’s like, “Wellllllllllllll maybe if someone paid me a million dollars…” and then you and I pull out our pockets and fight over who gets to...