Found December 04, 2013 on Basketball Bicker:
Josh Smith throws down the hammer on Chris Bosh on this fast-break play. Bosh had no chance to block the shot and didn’t look to wrap Smith up, so it looked like he wanted to get dunk on. And that he did—all on his back. The Detroit Pistons snapped the Miami Heat’s 10-game win streak Tuesday night with the 107-97 victory. Smith was one of the seven players scoring in double digits for the Pistons, finishing with 15 points, four assists and four rebounds. The post Video: Josh Smith Dunks All over Chris Bosh’s Back appeared first on Basketball Bicker.
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