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Gerald Green will be playing a very important role for the Miami Heat this year, and we have no doubt it will include a bunch of dunking. During the Heat’s preseason game against the Hornets Green was able to show off some of his ups, and he did it in a big way. Check out
In case you didn’t know, Phoenix Suns small forward Gerald Green is missing part of his right ring finger.
No need for the three other point guards on his roster. Gerald Green’s got this. [.gif via Uproxx]
Let’s take a moment and thank the Phoenix Suns for re-re-introducing super-human dunk machine Gerald Green into our lives. The former 18th overall pick (in the 2005 NBA draft) was a member of the last preps-to-pros class, and his career quickly descended down the path of “cautionary tale” as he bounced around to four teams
It’s no secret that Gerald Green can jump out of the gym. Green has been around for awhile but his reputation as a high-profile dunker was soldified in the 2007 Slam Dunk Contest: Judging by this video of Green that was shot this offseason, he’s still got it. [Ball Don’t Lie]
Two weeks ago, Phoenix’s Gerald Green exploded for a career-high 41 points in an improbable 128-122 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Thankfully, some hero in the NBA (or Suns) marketing department decided to add NBA Jam effects to Green’s highlight reel, and the result is nothing short of wonderful. [YouTube]
God bless Jeff Hornacek and whatever he did to make the Gerald Green Revival a real thing, because Green — along with the rest of the Phoenix Suns, of course — has been delightful to watch this season. [BrooklynGame]
No description is needed, just watch the beauty and majesty of this Gerald Green dunk in slow-motion.
Gerald Green is an NBA journeyman most known for his incredible hops and dunking skills, but on Wednesday night he was the savior the Phoenix Suns desperately needed. Down by one point in the fourth quarter, Green was able to navigate himself to an open shot after the Suns’ designed play broke down in the
Phoenix Suns high-flyer Gerald Green loves to get in those passing lanes to cause complete chaos and he was at it again on Saturday against the Milwaukee Bucks. Green intercepted two passes and turned them into magnificent windmill dunks. He powered the Suns to a 116-100 win and finished with a season-high 24 points and
On the Phoenix Suns fast break Gerald Green threw down a nasty windmill dunk against the Orlando Magic that was reminiscent of the great Dominique Williams.