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If you happen to be a fan of the Wesley Snipes/Woody Harrelson basketball flick, “White Men Can’t Jump”, Memphis Grizzlies teammates Quincy Pondexter and Jon Leuer decided to channel them for their Halloween costume. Check out the comparison with the originals thanks to a photo from Quincy’s Instagram account: *** Pondexter image courtesy of Getty Images
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