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James Anderson threw down a monster dunk
The Houston Rockets didn’t have much go right during their blow out loss to the Denver Nuggets at the Pepsi Center Saturday night. One of the few bright spots of the night came from reserve shooting guard, James Anderson. And what a bright spot it was as Anderson posterized Evan Fournier during the first quarter when the Rockets actually had a double-digit lead.
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