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Just give Nevada guard Deonte Burton the “Best Dunk of the Year” trophy right now. The world doesn’t need to see anything else after the poster dunk Burton threw down against Boise State.
The 6’1″ senior guard took off from about 8-feet away from the rim and threw it down with bad intentions over a 6’9″ Boise State defender.
If this isn’t the dunk of the year in college...
Deonte Burton has taken posterizing to another level.
On Wednesday night, the Nevada guard unleashed the dunk of the century during a Mountain West tilt. After receiving a bounce pass on the right side, Burton soared sky-high toward the rim, drawing Boise State’s Ryan Watkins in for a block attempt. Watkins, even at 6-foot-9, didn’t stand a chance as Burton slammed the rock home...
Nevada guard Deonte Burton threw down a dunk on Wednesday that everyone will still be talking about this summer. The 6-foot-1 senior showed off incredible strength and leaping ability when he went right at Boise State’s Ryan Watkins, a 6-foot-9 forward, and posterized the crap out of him. Watkins tried to challenge the shot but […]
Deonte Burton of Nevada did it again last night. Burton threw down a monster dunk against Boise State and this is a Dunk of the Year candidate.Nevada went on to win the game 83-81 in double overtime as Burton had 25 points.
Deonte Burton, 6’1″ guard for Nevada, posterized Boise State’s Ryan Watkins Wednesday night.
According to TBL, Burton could be a 2nd round pick in the NBA draft this summer. If he puts up a few more of these why not higher?
Boise State is still on the tournament bubble thanks to the win.
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Instagram Nevada’s Deonte Burton saw your other Dunk of the Year candidates and went all-in Wednesday night against Boise State. This isn’t even fair. Science was defied on this dunk. Everything was defied on this dunk, especially Boise State defender Ryan Watkins.
Nevada’s Deonte Burton may have captured the Dunk of the Season after his posterization of Boise State’s 6-foot-9 Ryan Watkins on Wednesday night. Burton was also given a foul on the play. Boise State got the better of Nevada in the end, winning 83-81 in double overtime. However, this dunk by Burton will be the thing to remember from the game.
Last season Burton had this massive...
You may have not heard of Deonte Burton before today, but this dunk might ensure that he’ll stick around in your memory bank for a while. The senior guard (6’1) from Nevada, who is considered to be a small school NBA prospect, threw down this absolutely sick jam over a poor Boise State defender last night. It might be one of the best dunks you’ll see this season.
Let's all agree that the dunk Nevada's Deonte Burton threw down at Boise State Wednesday night is a candidate for dunk of the year.Watch as Burton gets a full head of steam, receives a pass, and then proceeds to slam all over a helpless Broncos defender for the finish.It was a thing of beauty.Via College Basketball Talk
Here's Nevada's Deonte Burton fearlessly posterizing a Boise State defender — and it just might be college basketball's Dunk of the Year.Burton, who stands about 6-feet-1, rises up and slams down the jaw-dropping dunk over the helpless Broncos player. Nevada won 83-81 in overtime over Boise State Wednesday night.
Mike Miller, a 6'5 290lb First Team All State Offensive Lineman from Jesuit HS has reportedly committed to Boise State, according to a report from Northwest Elite Index, a scouting service out of the Portland/Seattle area. Ranked as one of the Top-10 Offensive Linemen in Oregon this past season, Miller, a member of the 2014 signing class, brings Boise State's class to 22 recruits.
National Signing Day is like Christmas for college football coaches — after literally years of waiting, they finally get to know which recruits are on board and are going to hopefully help them achieve great success. It’s also a crazy day — schools everywhere dust off their fax machines as they wait for letters of intent to roll in, making the news official.
This morning, Boise...
National signing day is quite an experience and thanks to the world of social media fans can get a chance to see what is happening behind the scenes. Take this video shared by Boise State as the coaches gather around the fax machine awaiting the first fax of the morning. The reaction when quarterback Alex Ogle had his national letter of intent come through sets the tone for the...
Press release from UC Athletics:
CINCINNATI -- The University of Cincinnati football team will play a home-and-home series against Boise State University, Director of Athletics Whit Babcock announced Thursday.
The teams will face off in Boise, Idaho on Sept. 21, 2019 and in Cincinnati's Nippert Stadium on Sept. 26, 2020. The two teams have been among the most successful in...
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