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Lets face it: The Phoenix Suns are not going to be a very good basketball this season. In fact, you can argue they will be the worst team when the season ends. The team is relatively young, and will look to build around newly acquired guard Eric Bledsoe and rookie center Alex Len.
However, the Suns do have some athleticism on the wings in the form of two well-traveled veterans, Shannon Brown and Gerald Green. Brown, who is entering his third season as a member of the team, welcomed the newcomer Green to Phoenix with this nice setup for a dunk during a Suns scrimmage.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with his skill set, Gerald Green can get up with the best of them, as he displays again right here:
By: Frank Santos- Sports-Kings Co-Founder
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In case you needed more proof that Phoenix Suns guard Gerald Green had insane hops, you need to take a look at this Vine video shot by teammate Kendall Marshall.
Watch as Green leaps and touches his neck to a rim of a regulation size basketball hoop at the Suns practice facility:
Gerald Green image courtesy of Getty Images
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As the player assigned by many the rank of most likely NBA player to be traded Marcin Gortat arrived for training camp with a pragmatic and admirable approach to this season.
"Now I've got three young stars coming to the practice to try to beat me up" the Polish Hammer Machine told reporters at media day.
What should be our first reaction? Well if Alex Len Slava Kravtsov...
As the player assigned by many the rank of most likely NBA player to be traded, Marcin Gortat arrived for training camp with a pragmatic and admirable approach to this season.
"Now, I've got three young stars coming to the practice to try to beat me up," the Polish Hammer Machine told reporters at media day.
What should be our first reaction? Well, if Alex Len, Slava...
So that’s what the top of the rim looks like.
Gerald Green got an up-close look at the top of the cylinder when he put his full head over the hoop in a jump at Phoenix Suns training camp. The leap, which was captured on Vine, is a reminder of the freakish athleticism that motivated the Celtics to draft him 18th overall in 2005.
Check out Green’s hops below, courtesy of teammate...
Gerald being Gerald! Vine courtesy teammate Kendall Marshall.
Love it. I've always found Gerald Green fascinating. Can jump out of the ******* gym, pretty nice looking jump shot, perfect size for a small forward.
Guy physically has it all. But he is example #1 about why you are nothing without a good basketball IQ. Spends his practice time putting his head above the rim...