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When you are a 6-11 NBA center, the last thing you want happening to you is having a someone dunk on you and putting you on a poster. Unfortunately for Pistons' Greg Monroe, it happened to him last night courtesy of Bobcats rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.
In the fourth quarter, Kidd-Gilchrist went in the paint with one dribble, took his allowed two steps, went straight for the rim and absolutely, positively, sent one down on Monroe. I am talking this dunk is completely nasty. It will surely get you up off your seat as the fans in the video will show you.
Oh and "funeral services" will be announced at a later date for the "late" Greg Monroe after Kidd-Gilchrist's murderous dunk on him.
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Tweet When the Charlotte Bobcats selected Michael Kidd-Gilchrist with the second-overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, they knew they were getting a kid with a ton of athleticism and energy. He put his athletic ability on display on Wednesday night against the Pistons with this dunk: Greg Monroe probably had to call somebody and [...]
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