If you are not familiar with Taylor Inman of Southwestern Christian you are about to receive an electrifying crash course on this high flyer. Really all you need to know is that the kid can absolutely sky. He easily won the inaugural dunk contest for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Just watch as he
On November 20th of 2010 Blake Griffin emphatically dunked over Timofey Mozgov and from that day on, people have been saying “Mozgoved” when a person gets posterized. There have been several other times that Mozgov has been dunked on since. Well on Wednesday night Timofey Mozgov “Mozgoved” someone not named Timofey Mozgov. Josh Smith was
Freestyle dunker Kenny Dobbs channeled his inner NBA Jam baller by catching fire. The insane slam dunk artist was not just heating up, he was on fire as he dunked over a person that was literally set ablaze. The amazing show continued as the net burst into flames as he threw it down. [FTW]
Ladarius Marshall has been ranked as high as the #2 best basketball player in the nation AND THE KID IS ONLY IN T HE 8TH GRADE! This 6’5″ phenom was in New Orleans like all the rest of the all-stars, but he was playing in the 2014 John Lucas All-Star Weekend Event. The incredibly gifted
Blake Griffin was born to play in the no defense, open floor NBA All-Star environment. The high-flying Los Angeles Clippers forward racked up 38 points, tying Rick Barry and Kevin Durant for the third highest total in All-Star Game history. Griffin skied to the rim quite often, scoring 20 of his points coming from dunks.
Jabari Parker has shown the miraculous promise that has made him a top prospect, but on Saturday night he also showed he has guts and determination. Instead of relying on a jumper to give Duke the win, Parker drove the ball to the iron with the entire defense focusing on him and skied for this
A moment of silence for Orlando Magic forward Glen Davis after he was eviscerated by Paul George of the Indiana Pacers.
Dwyane Wade probably lobbed this alley-oop a little too high, but it didn’t freaking matter because LeBron went up and got it. James was outstretched and hammered home this spectacular slam dunk against the New Orleans Pelicans.
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
The lengthy DeMarcus Cousins decided to keep the ball himself on this steal and motored his 6’11’ frame coast-to-coast for this devastating slam against the Houston Rockets. And one.
6’4″ guard Joe Jackson helped #18 Memphis knock off South Florida with 18 points. However none of his points were as electric as when Jackson sliced through defenders and went coast-to-coast to beat the buzzer with this vicious slam dunk.
Here are the top 10 SportsCenter Plays of 2013 that ESPN has deemed “worth watching again.” How many of these miraculous moments can you name?