Sir’Dominic Pointer of St. John’s Steals Outlet Pass, Throws It Down on Defender

Not only does St. John’s senior Sir’Dominic Pointer have the best name in college basketball, he can also proudly claim he had one of Wednesday’s best dunks.

Porter stole an outlet pass from Minnesota’s Elliott Eliason and needed just one dribble to set up a nasty poster dunk on the 6’11″ center. To cap it all off, he drew the foul.

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Reggie Jackson throws down monster and-1 dunk vs Warriors (Video)

Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Reggie Jackson dribbled around the defense and threw down a monster one-handed and-1 dunk during the second quarter of Sunday’s game against Golden State.Jackson is doing his part to pick up the slack for injured teammate Russell Westbrook, and he certainly brought the home crowd to their feet with this play.Jackson led the Thunder with 22 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Warriors beat the Thunder 91-86.Video via NBA.
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Tim Duncan throws full court ‘touchdown pass’ to Kawhi Leonard (GIF)

San Antonio Spurs big man Tim Duncan grabbed a rebound and threw an incredible full court pass to Kawhi Leonard for a layup during the first quarter of Saturday night’s game against Brooklyn.Leonard anticipated the miss and beat the Nets defense down the court in transition, while Duncan made the perfect “touchdown” pass and made it look easy.Duncan scored 7 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished 7 assists, while Leonard scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, as the Spurs beat the Nets 99-87.Video via NBA.
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Joakim Noah throws temper tantrum after foul on DeMarcus Cousins flop (video)

Joakim Noah is as emotional a basketball player as there is in the NBA. It’s never difficult to ascertain how exactly the Chicago Bulls center is feeling, for better or worse. And on Thursday night at Sleep Train Arena in a game against the Sacramento Kings, it was definitely for the worse. Noah didn’t have…Read More
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Arizona’s Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Throws It Down over 7’6″ Mamadou Ndiaye

Arizona’s Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is fearless.

On Wednesday night, the 6’7” Wildcats forward threw down a huge dunk on UC Irvine’s 7’6” center, Mamadou Ndiaye. There is no doubt that this will go down as one of the best dunks of the season.

This is pretty much the perfect example of a defender getting posterized. The only problem is that Ndiaye wouldn’t fit on a poster. Let’s just say that this dunk should be made into a Fathead.

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Paul Millsap Throws Down Poster Dunk on Lakers’ Jordan Hill

Atlanta power forward Paul Millsap made the NBA All-Star team as a reserve last season, and plays like this might get him back on the squad. 

During the second quarter of the Hawks’ matchup with the visiting Los Angeles Lakers, Millsap went right around Carlos Boozer and threw down over a rotating Jordan Hill, bringing his team’s deficit down to 10. 

Sorry, Hill. Just a little too slow.

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Manhattan’s Rich Williams Throws Down Last-Second Alley-Oop to Send Game to OT

It’s only the Tip-Off Marathon, but college basketball has already seen some thrilling madness this season.

With 0.8 seconds remaining in regulation, Manhattan trailed UMass 61-59. The Jaspers had the ball at their own baseline and needed a clutch play to tie—or win—the game.

That’s when Manhattan’s Emmy Andujar set 6’5″ teammate Rich Williams up for the game-tying alley-oop with a great lob on the inbounds pass.

Williams’ last-second basket tied the game at 61-61, sending it to overtime.

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Video: James Ennis Throws Down the SICK Double-Clutch Dunk

King James Ennis as they have anointed him here in Miami is up to his usual antics again. In the second quarter of the Miami Heat-Brooklyn Nets game, Ennis threw down a monster double-clutch dunk over Alan Anderson of the Nets.

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Gary Harris throws down monster jam, and his mom misses it (GIFs)

Denver Nuggets guard Gary Harris saw his first action of the season in Friday night’s blowout win over Indiana and scored 13 points, highlighted by a monster one-handed slam dunk in the fourth quarter. Harris’ mom, WNBA great Joy Holmes-Harris, was in the crowd. What did she have to say about it? Well, she was stunned…because she missed Gary’s dunk.Fortunately for Joy, her son’s dunk makes for a fantastic highlight so she should be able to find it everywhere today, including our GIF that lets you can watch Gary slam it home over and over again:Video via NBA.
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Rookie Gary Harris Throws Down Amazing Poster Dunk in Debut & His Mom Misses It

Rookie shooting guard Gary Harris finally got to take the court for the Denver Nuggets, and it didn’t take long for him to make his name known. With his team leading the Indiana Pacers 94-70 in the fourth quarter Friday night, Harris took it to the hoop himself from around half court. He soared, elevated and finished with a poster jam over two Pacers.

His mom happened to be on hand and couldn’t believe she missed it. Truly, she didn’t even know what she missed.

Maybe next time.

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