Found February 01, 2012 on
This week the NBA saw three amazing plays. Two were the kind of amazing that you jaw drop and can’t stop saying wow. The other one was just funny. First we saw Lebron James leap over little John Lucas for an incredibly alley oop against the Bulls. I think people might underestimate how great that dunk was because it was IN A GAME. Think about that. Jumping over a guy like that in a game on an oop. Unreal.
Second was the Diop missed free throw. You almost have to feel bad for the guy. I mean when you shoot a foul shot that’s literally about 7 feet you’ve got some serious confidence issues. I’m sure Shaq was laughing his ass off when he saw that clip.
And then number 3, which is our choice. This dunk. I mean come on Blake Griffin. This has gotta be the dunk of the year. It’s very similar to the one he did last year on Timofy Mozgov only this one’s a bit closer to being a dunk and he’s further from the basket. Plus it
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LeBron James may not be the most popular player in the NBA any more but he is still the most talented one. Haters can doubt but this alley-oop against the Bulls proves it: LeBron ends up going up and OVER Chicago's John Lucas and then turns and glowers as the crowd rejoices in the incredible athleticism.
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