J.R. Smith makes flying dunks in NBA Jam seem completely realistic. For your viewing pleasure, here he is throwing down a ridiculous one-handed alley-oop from Pablo Prigioni. Judging by where Smith initially caught the ball, Prigioni’s intention was definitely not with an alley-oop in mind, making the dunk all the more impressive. Smith finished with 20 points and five rebounds in New York’s 100-83 drubbbing of San Antonio.
Nick Saban doesn’t get paid to answer questions.
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Move over Rickey Henderson.
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