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Is it just me, or does Gerald Green stay in the air for a ridiculously long time? The dunk helped the Pacers knock off the Jazz 104-84. If you somehow forgot, it is absolutely confirmed that Gerald Green has hops for days, for example you could click on this LINK.
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Sometimes athletes do stuff that just leave the commentators in awe like they were fans watching the game themselves. Indiana Pacers guard Gerald Green did just that tonight against the Utah Jazz. Green started from behind the arc and took off full speed towards the hoop, he then elevated and laid down a nasty, just nasty dunk. A dunk so good the announcers had nothing to sayâ€...
Figured I would knock out 2 videos with one stone here.Â The first one is my man James Harden tossing a pass to Greg Smith between the legs of Philadelphia center Spencer Hawes and giving him some wobbly legs.
The second video is Indiana Pacers guard Gerald Green throwing down one of the more high flying dunks of the year in the NBA over top of Earl Watson of the Utah Jazz.Â...
Yawn. Boring old dunk for Gerald Green. Just doing what he does and what he does is a lot better than most people. Â Still baffled that he hasn't won slam dunk contests with his "Cupcake" dunk and the no shoes dunk. Â At least Dr. J understood the shoeless dunk. Most fans will never understand.
There are few players in the NBA that have the athleticism of Indiana Pacers forward Gerald Green and during last night's game against the Utah Jazz, he showed his insane leaping ability.Watch as he flies to the basket and throws down a video-game like dunk at Bankers Life Fieldhouse:
It's all starting to come together for Gerald Green and the Indiana Pacers.
Green scored a season-high 21 points to help the Indiana Pacers beat the Utah Jazz 104-84 on Wednesday night.
Paul George had 20 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks, and George Hill also scored 20 and had five assists for the Pacers, who matched their largest victory margin of the season and won for...
After winning the slam dunk contest back in 2009, Indiana Pacers forward Gerald Green has bounced around the NBA for the past couple of years.
Green showed off his aerial antics earlier tonight against the Cleveland Cavaliers as he threw down a vicious dunk over Cleveland forward Samardo Samuels:
Count me as one of the surprised.
Perhaps sensing that the world is about to end, the Indiana Pacers played one of their best games of the season by thumping the Utah Jazz 104-84 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse last night. The game wasn't even as close as the score suggests, as the Pacers had a 22-point lead at the half and wasn't threatened for the remainder of the game....
The Indiana Pacers turned in their best shooting performance of the season in their last game.
A similar effort could be on tap Friday night when they visit a Cleveland Cavaliers team that has lost five straight and struggled on defense all season.
Indiana (14-12) shot a season-high 51.3 percent Wednesday to cruise to a 104-84 home victory over Utah. The Pacers hadn't topped...
Milwaukee is simply one of those teams the Pacers don't match up well against, primarily because of the quickness of their guards, Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis.
As expected, the dynamic backcourt duo gave the Pacers all sorts of problems and combined for 55 points, with Jennings' 34 leading the way in their 98-93 win, their second of the season against Indiana.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are on a roll, with their 100-92 win over Atlanta they have no won 12 straight. While the headlines from last night game will be Kevin Durant scored 41 points the play of the game went to Russell Westbrook.
On a semi-fast-break Westbrook just dribbled past everyone and threw down a monster one handed slam. Westbrook is probably the best athlete in the NBA...
This isnt getting any easier to type, but the Cavaliers just keep losing. Theyve now dropped five straight following Wednesdays loss in Boston -- and 10 of their last 11. Worse, Anderson Varejao is expected to miss Fridays home game against Indiana with a sore knee. Meanwhile, the gritty Pacers are finding a way to stay relevant without injured forward Danny Granger...