Jabari Parker is having a career year for the Milwaukee Bucks, and being just 21 it’s reasonable to expect we might get a few rim-rattling dunks out of him, too.
That’s what we got when Parker and the Bucks matched up against the New York Knicks on Friday night, with überveteran Jason Terry acting as the catalyst.
The play started when Greg Monroe grabbed a defensive rebound to start the fastbreak. Monroe passed the ball out to Terry, who was waiting on the left wing.
At the same time, Parker sprung out as a trailer, following Terry to the hoop.
What followed was a very cool-looking backwards finger roll pass from Terry to Parker for a massive alley-oop slam.