won the dunk contest this year with a series of incredible dunks, so we already know the man has skills.
But pulling off contest-worthy dunks in an actual game is always special, so we bring you this 360 throwdown that Ross completed in the Raptors’ win over the Timberwolves on Friday.
The mid-air spin is impressive, of course, but the ferocity of the dunk once he made it to the rim is what makes this one worth watching more than just once.
We are a quarter of the way into the NBA season, the things we kind of thought earlier have started to solidify into things we really know about this NBA season.
So what are the three things we’ve learned so far? That’s the topic of this PBT Extra.
At the top of the list, something we thought we knew going into the season: The Warriors and Cavaliers are the teams to beat. Shocking. But we also talk
Russell Westbrook and James Harden.
Marcus Thornton got the Wizards two easy points with this wide-open lay —
Well, at least
Bradley Beal was there for the easy foll —
Thankfully for the Wizards, they were playing the Nets,
not the Rockets. So, Washington still won, 118-113.
Andrew Bogut left just 10 minutes into Dallas’ eventual loss to Charlotte Monday with what looked to be a hyperextended knee. After the game, coach Rick Carlisle said an MRI was coming, but they expected Bogut to miss time.
Looks like it will be a couple of weeks at least, reports Marc Stein of ESPN.
The Mavericks are 8.6 points per 100 possessions better when Bogut is on the court, all because their defense is vastly superior when he is on the court.
With Bogut out, look for
Dwight Powell to get more run.
Bogut’s name has come up in trade rumors, this kind of injury isn’t going to change that.
Meyers Leonard grew up in Illinois. He played at the University of Illinois.
So, last night’s Trail Blazers-Bulls game in Chicago was a bit of a homecoming for him.
That’s probably why he was particular perturbed the Bulls’ PA announcer kept calling him Myles. So, the Portland big man issued a stern correction:
For anyone in the Midwest, I trimmed this into a handy Vine you can use in case anyone asks which grocery store you’re headed to: