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.
Gregg Popovich calls it like he sees it.
LeBron James continues to be LeBron James.
Yes, Trevor Hoffman belongs in the Hall of Fame. Your argument is invalid.
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It’s definitely possible.
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