Blake Griffin took part in the Jordan Brand Liftoff event (especially promoting his Jordan Brand shoe, the the Super.Fly 2) and even did his part to help out in the dunk competition, by letting himself get dunked on. Check out Young Hollywood (who stands at five foot, eleven inches) go through the legs and directly
Golden State Warriors guard Kent Bazemore is most known around the NBA for his wild celebrations and hilarious antics on the bench, but his latest highlight doesn’t feature him going crazy on the sidelines after a big play – instead, Bazemore is the one making his teammates go nuts. Watch as he posterizes the Mavs’
Andrew Wiggins is off to quite the nice start if the above video is any indication. Andrew participated in his first scrimmage in a Kansas uniform and on the first play he posterized a fellow teammate with a spectacular dunk. Expect to see more fireworks this upcoming season. [Bleacher Report via ESPN]
Tayshaun Prince actually dunked on Wednesday night, and he did it over three different OKC Thunder players. We were as surprised as you, but it really was fantastic. The dunk came as Tayshaun took a pass while sprinting down the court and he showed no fear as he went right in the grill of three
Danny Green took full advantage of Steph Curry’s ankle injury and used him for a life-sized poster on Sunday. The Spurs’ Green put down one of the larger putback dunks we have seen in quite some time. The dunk put the Spurs up by 11 midway through the second quarter. [@hpbasketball]
This is not an Onion article. During the third quarter of the Rockets playoff game on Monday night against the Thunder a very strange thing happened. Carlos Delfino had a great pickpocket of the ball and headed cross court for a seemingly open fast break sans one obstacle. The only person who had a chance
Kevin Durant knew that he needed to carry the load for the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday, and he answered the call early on with authority. Durant had one of the better and more forceful dunks we have seen toward the end of the first quarter on Omer Asik. The poster dunk quieted the Houston
While the Heat are running through the Bucks, Dwyane Wade would like to remind everyone that this old man still has plenty of juice and hops in the tank. Duly noted, Dwyane.
Harrison Barnes had a nasty reverse dunk during the Warriors’ win over the Nuggets in game 2 of the playoffs. The only thing better than the dunk was the bench’s reaction. The ringleader was of course Kent Bazemore (SEE MORE KENT GOODNESS).
Cleveland Cavs rookie, Dion Waiters, had one of the best highlights of his season on Monday night during the match-up against the Heat. Dion took it directly at Birdman and drew up a beautiful poster, tattoos and all. [Eye on Basketball]
Blake Griffin helped lead the Clippers to a win Sunday over the Lakers as they clinched their first division title in the 42-year history of the franchise. One play specifically stood out, and it of course involved Blake. Check out Blake get up to initially do a finger roll, but in a split second he changed