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Toronto Raptors guard Terence Ross had a nice one-handed putback reverse dunk during the final minutes of Tuesday night's 113-106 loss to the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center.
Ross' dunk came off a missed 17-foot shot by teammate John Lucas, and even the Nets fans seemed to be impressed.
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Tweet Raptors rookie Terrence Ross has proven on multiple occasions this season that he has some world-class hops. On Tuesday night against the Nets, he decided to just remind everyone of that once again. An in-game reverse dunk would have been sick. An authoritative put-back dunk would have been really cool. But putting the two [...]
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One of the NBA rookies that isn't getting enough publicity around the league is Toronto Raptors rookie Terrence Ross and during last night game against the Brooklyn Nets, Ross showed off some of his athletic ability.After a missed shot by John Lucas III, Ross came from the other side of the court to throw down the putback dunk:
Terrence Ross had a very nasty reverse put-back dunk late in the fourth quarter versus the Brooklyn Nets Tuesday night.
Raptors guard John Lucas curled off a screen and shot from the free-throw, but his shot was a little short and came off of the side of the rim. That’s when Ross came out of nowhere to throw down the nasty put-back dunk.
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Raptors rookie Terrence Ross only had four points in Tuesday night’s match up against the Brooklyn Nets. But the reverse putback dunk that was responsible for a pair of those points, was a thing of beauty.
Whose in this year’s dunk contest? Gerald Green? Paul George? WOuld Terrence Ross be someone you want to see on the “All-Star Saturday Night” stage?
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