The only thing better than this Shaun Livingston poster of Robin Lopez was the reaction of the Nets bench. Brooklyn stand up. Shaun tossed this down during the first quarter of the Nets game against the Blazers on Monday night. [BTB]
UMass basketball took on Youngstown State today and Umass’ Raphiael Putney had one of the more impressive dunks you will ever see. Check out the monster poster he threw down and try not to jump up out of your seat. The dunk put quite the exclamation point on Umass’ win. [Boston Barstool]
Nicolas Batum had a massive poster dunk on Jonas Valanciunas Sunday afternoon, and it is only better when shown in slow motion. Checkout Nicolas take flight and then rip out poor Jonas’ soul. [@BlazersEdge]
Huge thanks to the folks over at Guyism for putting this video together featuring the massive poster dunk which Xavier Henry delivered on Jeff Withey’s head Tuesday night at the Staples Center. Pure brilliance.
Xavier Henry of the Lakers was a very bad man on Tuesday night. Case in point was his poster dunk of New Orleans Pelicans center Jeff Withey. Did we forget to mention that the two were teammates at the University of Kansas? Xavier Henry on The Dunk: "I knew it was Jeff (Withey) … He
Windmill time from one of the best vertical jumpers in the league. If you think the Suns are boring, you haven’t watched one of their games this year. [The Score]
SIU-Edwardsville’s forward Keaton Jackson will not be coming out of his dorm room for a very long time following what happened to him on Saturday. Arkansas’ Michael Qualls has no issues with jumping and/or dunking.
If you haven’t heard of VMI’s Jordan Weethee, you should start paying closer attention. Check out the young man take flight during a game against the Citadel on Friday. College basketball is officially off to the races. [YouTube]
During the Lakers surprising win over the Houston Rockets on Thursday night, James Harden banged on Pau Gasol in a very rude manner. Getting dunked on happens to everyone who plays long enough, but it was the effort which Pau displayed that deserves a shout out. Check out Pau put up one hand and completely
Xavier Henry of the Lakers would like everyone who was watching the Lakers and Clippers on opening night that he is excited to be getting some playing time. Check out the tomahawk dunk he threw down during the first quarter. Well done, young fella. [Ben Golliver]
That is how you garner some respect from your teammates in a very short amount of time. [Bob’s Blitz]
It has been 1,418 days since Greg Oden has seen any live NBA game action, but that streak ended on Wednesday night as Miami took on New Orleans in a preseason game. Oden got the call to enter the game midway through the second quarter and he dunked on his first possession. We couldn’t be