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Did you know Jeremy Lin has a dunk mix on Youtube? Neither did I. With a duration of a minute and 25 seconds, I’d say it’s surprisingly long… but it goes all the way back to his collegiate career and is mostly composed of clips from summer league games and layup lines. Only one actual NBA dunk is included — the one he threw down against the Wizards during the height of Linsanity — and none of the jams are at all contested.
What I’m getting at here is that Jeremy Lin almost never dunks, and when he does he’s usually clear of any defender. So when he blocked a shot by Aaron Brooks, took the ball coast to coast, and threw one down over Francisco Garcia last night… it was like the mother of all sneaky dunks.
Upon seeing this for the first time, I immediately began to consider some of the other great sneaky dunks of recent years. The first jam that came to mind was this one by Sasha Vujacic. Coincidentally, as you may have noticed, it was also over Francisco Garcia.
Dunked on by Sasha Vujacic and Jeremy Lin? Damn, ‘Cisco. Damn.
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Video: Cousins playing along with the fans.
Jeremy Lin had a block on one end of the court and then went coast to coast for a dunk on Francisco Garcia of the Sacramento Kings on Sunday night. Those two impressive plays were not enough though for the Houston Rockets as the Kings won 117-111.Lin finished with 12 points but fouled out.
Video: Dunks on the Kings Francisco Garcia
Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins and some of his Kings teammates on the bench joined the home fans as they did the "wave" during the final minutes of Saturday night's 120-109 win over the Utah Jazz at Sleep Train Arena.
Cousins was resting on the bench after having scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in 29 minutes, so he earned a moment to relax and...
With the Kings possibly on their way out of Sacramento, fans are taking what may be their last opportunity to show support for the NBA team.
As part of the “Here We Buy” campaign, fans came out in droves for Saturday night’s game against the Jazz. The game nearly sold out with an attendance of 16,193 out of a 17,317 capacity — Sacramento is averaging a league-worst 13,333...
It was a perfect storm at Arco Arena on Saturday night when the Utah Jazz, a horrible road team, rolled into Sacramento for their fourth game in three nights. There, they encountered not only the Kings, but 16,193 energetic fans who’d come out as part of a special initiative to show support for the struggling team. It was essentially a protest against the proposed sale of the...
Isaiah Thomas scored 17 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter and John Salmons also had 23 points to help rally the Sacramento Kings to a 117-111 victory over the Houston Rockets on Sunday.
The Kings were trailing by 10 points early in the fourth quarter, but Thomas led an offense that was difficult for the Rockets to match in the fourth quarter.
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For those of you who have yet to witness Francisco Garcia get posterized by Jeremy Lin in the 2/10 Rockets-Kings matchup, take 29 seconds out of your day to view the following. After tallying a huge block, Lin dribbles coast-to-coast (note at :05 seconds; Lin's merciless handles in crossing Demarcus Cousins) and slams it home in Garcia's dome.With this impressive block...