Found August 16, 2013 on
Retired NBA legend Julius Erving, a.k.a. Dr. J, made a video earlier this week proving that he can still dunk at the young age of 63 years old. Dr. J may not be young enough to play in the NBA anymore, but he is still in great shape.
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We recently posted a video of the magnificent Michael Jordan dunking at the ripe old age of 50.
Not to be outdone, another NBA great Julius Erving (a.k.a. Dr J) put together a video of him dunking at 63-years-old.
The good doctor does not quite get up there like he used to but he has officially served notice to the AARP set.
The trademark scowl still remains.
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