Found March 10, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:

Via Cosby Sweaters:

The New Jersey Nets may not have many things going their way this year, but they now have a legitimate candidate for dunk of the year. On Saturday night, Gerald Green was on the receiving end of an alley-oop from Marshon Brooks and threw down a windmill. It brought down the house in spectacular fashion. I’m not sure if I can recall a better alley-oop in all of the years I have been watching the NBA.

Now the only question is whether or not Green's dunk tops this monster slam Blake Griffin had on Kendrick Perkins earlier this year.

 

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3 Comments:
  • Yawn....wow nice, but "great" hardly, i could see if it was a little contested. not too impressed.
  • my thoughts exactly
  • I am one of those that do not consider what blake did a dunk, but blake's play was way better. The best i have seen all year.
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