Found June 27, 2013 on StraitPinkie.com:
PLAYERS: J.R. Smith
TEAMS: New York Knicks
Last week during the opening week of Rucker Park in Harlem, the legendary Dee Brown surprised the crowd with an appearance during a slam dunk contest between two EBC high flyers, Anthony “Africa” Pimble and Kiwan Smith. With the crowd chanting his name, Dee was able to throw one down while wearing the Pump Omni Lite’s he originally made famous with his “No Look” dunk in the 1991 Slam Dunk contest. Dee also caught up with the one and only J.R. Smith who was also visiting Rucker to check out the final game of the night.    
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