Found April 02, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
Kenyon Martin threw down a powerful two-handed dunk on his former teammate Chris “Birdman” Anderson during the Knicks over the Heat. Early in the fourth quarter, Knicks point guard Raymond Felton drove the baseline, drawing three Heat players to him, which left a streaking Martin wide open in the middle of the lane. Felton dumped the ball off to Martin who finished with authority over Anderson.  The Knick’s went on to defeat the Heat comfortably thanks to Carmelo Anthony’s 50-point performance. [Beyond the Buzzer] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Dunk of the night: Kenyon Martin posterizes his former teammate Chris Birdman Anderson

Birdman gets de-clipped.

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