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Editor's note: The 2011-12 NBA season was supposed to tip off Nov. 1. With no games to watch, NESN.com will help fill the void by posting a dunk video every day until the lockout ends. Both Baron Davis and Jermaine O'Neal are well past their primes at this point in their career, but in 2004, Davis and O'Neal were key players on their respective teams. In a game against the Indiana Pacers, Hornets guard Davis ran a give-and-go with Jamal Mashburn and threw it down with one hand on a helpless O'Neal. Check out Davis' dunk in the video below.
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Posted By: RTrees
Post Time: 12-01-2011 at 01:30 PM
I'd have to imagine that just about anything and everybody is in play right about now as far as organizational moves are concerned across the NBA. Chris Paul's name is coming up in trade talks, Rudy Gay, Rajon Rondo, Monta Ellis, and even Brian Scalabrine. Okay maybe not Brian Scalabrine's.According to a report yesterday though, Baron Davis' name has also surfaced...
"Why on Earth would we release our best player? Is our roster so star-studded to have that luxury? Do we have tons of young talent not being utilized? Boobie and Sessions are not the answers. They proved that last year. So who's going to show Irving the ropes? Davis has grown up a lot and is finally a true leader. I can't say that for any other player on the Cavs roster...
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