There are few things more enjoyable than monster slam dunks and during tonight’s Washington Wizards-Portland Trail Blazers game, we got an impressive one.
In the first half of play, Rasual Butler of the Wizards rose up for an amazing slam dunk near Portland’s Dorell Wright:
That’s an impressive dunk from Mr. Butler!
Butler monster slam dunk [recordsandradio]
Washington Wizards swingman Rasual Butler is third in the NBA in three-point shooting, hitting 49.5 percent from downtown. But Oklahoma City Thunder power forward Serge Ibaka learned Butler can dunk too.
Butler got the ball at the top of the circle and seemingly had no where to go. Yet he had other ideas, putting the ball on the floor and taking it right to rim. Ibaka stepped...
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