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Toronto Raptor big men Amir Johnson and Jonas Valanciunas have raised the bar when it comes to setting screens in the NBA.
During the beginning seconds of the game, the two bigs locked arms and hugged it out to set an impenetrable screen against Washington Wizards guard Garret Temple. Temple tried to split the screen, but Johnson and Valanciunas held strong like they were in a very serious game of ‘red rover.’
Unfortunately, DeMar DeRozan didn’t use what was quite possibly the best screen he will ever get and the Raptors did not score on the play.
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If Amir Johnson and Jonas Valanciunas had a plan going into the Toronto Raptors’ game against the Washington Wizards on Sunday night, they executed it to perfection. Toronto may have gone on to lose the game, but Johnson and Valanciunas were down in the trenches doing the dirty work just seconds after the opening tip.
The two big men apparently got together before the game and...
When is the last time you saw a double screen like that pulled off by the Toronto Raptors Amir Johnson & Jonas Valanci…
Over the weekend, the Toronto Raptors did something against the Washington Wizards that I've never seen before.After winning the opening tip, forward Amir Johnson and Jonas Valanciunas teamed up to screen Wizards guard Gary Temple.Watch as the duo set a screen that probably the Hulk couldn't get through:(Courtesy of Next Impulse Sports)
wizards 109 raptors 92
3/31/2013 - Verizon Center, Washington, DC
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