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Jeremy Evans Can Jump Even Higher Now

Utah Jazz forward, Slam Dunk Champ and artist Jeremy Evans previously jumped 12 feet, 8.5 inches at the P3 training facility and now he’s jumping 12 feet, 9 inches. Next week when he breaks 13 feet I’ll post that too. The post Jeremy Evans Can Jump Even Higher Now appeared first on Hooped Up.
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September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Jeremy Evans posterizes kid with slam dunk in Instagram video

There are few things that I enjoy more than posterizing slam dunks and recently, Utah Jazz forward Jeremy Evans decided to lay down the poster on teenager. Evans was hanging out after the Jr. Jazz Camp and played a quick game of two-on-one with a couple of the campers who stayed after. Watch as Jeremy gets past the girl guarding him with a nasty crossover and elevate to throw down...
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August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Jazz’ Jeremy Evans Posterizes Random Kid

For future reference, unless you’re a 7-foot tall athletic shot blocker, DO NOT try and block a Jeremy Evans dunk attempt. The Utah Jazz forward and former Slam Dunk Champion was playing around with two innocent kids in the gym, but the game got ugly when Evans baptized the post defender by dunking right on his head. This was an unfair matchup from the start, but Evans showed...
Via Standing O Sports
August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Jeremy Evans Records An Absolutely Insane Vertical Jump

Utah Jazz forward Jeremy Evans is known for essentially two things: 1) he won a slam dunk contest that nobody remembers (in 2012), and 2) he can jump really high. And by “really high” we mean really, really high. The photo above shows him maxing out at 12 feet, 8.5 inches on a vertical jump at P3 Sport Science Institute. Some folks on Instagram questioned the validity of the...
Via Next Impulse Sports
July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Jeremy Evans Dunks Over Picture of Himself Dunking That He Painted (Video)

If the All-Star dunk contest was awarded based entirely off creativity, Jeremy Evans might have had a shot at the title. The Utah Jazz power forward dunked over an easel covered with a black cloth. After the dunk was completed, Evans revealed a painting of the exact dunk he had just accomplished and signed it. Evans even painted the picture himself, according to Pro Basketball Talk...
Via NESN.com
February 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Ranking the 22 NBA Slam Dunk Contest champions

The 2013 NBA Slam Dunk Contests lifts off on Saturday, Feb. 16, in Houston. The Jazz’s defending Slam Dunk Contest champion Jeremy Evans, Pacers’...
Via Athlon Sports
February 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Utah's Jeremy Evans Thinks He Can Jump Cars Better Than Blake Griffin (Video)

Before writing this post, I didn't know who Utah Jazz forward Jeremy Evans was but apparently, he is confident in his dunking abilities.During a recent interview, a reporter asked Evans if he could jump cars better than Blake Griffin and below is his response:(Courtesy of The Basketball Jones)
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January 28, 2012  |  Discuss
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