This NBA season was full of huge dunks, there’s no denying that. Even though the dunk contest doesn’t showcase great dunks anymore, this highlight reel sure does. So here’s the best dunks from the 2012-2013 season!
As you may already know, team USA is training for the Olympics and while practicing Blake Griffin threw down a couple of very impressive dunks. Here they are..
As you may already know, New York Knicks point guard Baron Davis suffered a career ending injury the other day by pretty much tearing every ligament in his knee. He is expected to be out for at least a year after an MRI scan today. Baron Davis has been an important factor for the Knicks recently after Jeremy Lin also suffered a knee injury. Here’s some highlights from when Baron Davis used to get up there and bang out just to remember the dude in case he’s actually done.
So I’m not really concerned with providing statistics or anything for this game, all I know is that Pau Gasol shouldn’t show his face in public for a while. Blake Griffin put in work. Here’s the crime scene via YouTube.
Even though Shawn Kemp thinks Blake Griffin is a great player to watch, he isn’t all that impressed with the way he throws it down. Kemp said his dunks were much stronger back in the day and he actually pulled the rim down. Here’s the entire interview.
Why don’t you be the judge of that. Here’s Shawn Kemp’s top 10 dunks of all time and Blake Griffin’s top dunks in throughout 2011.
So as always in recent years the NBA dunk contest wasn’t that entertaining. I mean you had Blake Griffin dunking over a KIA the year before and some no-names this year. The Sprite Slam Dunk contest is a little different. These guys actually get up there and pull out some of the craziest dunks. Here’s this year’s contest guest judged by Lebron James.
Not much to say here so I’ll let the videos do the talking. Below I have three YouTube clips of Blake Griffin’s top dunks against the Charlotte Bobcats last night.
Not sure if you caught this game last night but it seemed like all the Miami Heat did was dunk. Here’s some highlights from that night, pretty amazing stuff.
The title of this post comes from what the announcers had to say after Blake Griffin threw down a monstrous dunk on Jakim Noah. Upfake and straight to the hoop for a two hander.
I remember watching Micah Downs play out of Kirkland, WA when still in high school and now he’s doing pretty big things overseas. He at first was a Kansas Jayhawk and then transferred to Gonzaga University where he graduated. Now Downs plays for Assignia Manresa which is part of Liga ACB overseas. If you’ve been wondering the same thing as me, these are the type of plays the man is throwing down now a days.