The Thunder guard comes up clutch late in the game to hit the game winner with 0.1 second left on the clock! This is payback for what happened last time these two teams met! Hopefully we see more from these two in the future.
I’ve never seen anyone do such a crazy pass and i’m not surprised that it’d be Lance Stephenson to try it. The Pacers guard has been given the green light to run the show alongside Paul George and he has been doing a great job!
McLemore steals the ball and takes it coast to coast for a sick reverse jam! The rookie played a great game against the Clippers finishing with 14 points, 4 rebounds and 2 steals.
It’s pretty obvious Dwight Howard is enjoying his Houston Rocket teammates a little more than LA but nobody saw this great introduction coming. If you played video games in the 90’s you probably came across the game Mortal Kombat and learned early on what a Fatality is! Dwight does his best Mortal Kombat impression and it’s hilarious! And if you have no idea what i’m talking about take a look a Fatality Compilation down below:
Duke guard, Quinn Cook always plays with a chip on his shoulder and flare. A quick drive to the basket and a spin allows him to throw a beautiful pass to Jabari Parker for the And-1!
Derrick Williams was traded for earlier in the week by the Sacramento Kings in exchange for Luc Mbah a Moute. Williams waited no time letting his new team and fans that he was ready to contribute! He catches an alley-oop from guard Greivis Vasquez and dunks on Clippers forward Blake Griffin!
The Florida forward put some extra flare on this alley-oop dunk! Casey Prather is going to be taking over the highlight reels a lot this season! Prather finished the game with 19 points, 4 rebounds and 1 assist to give the Gators a 67-66 win over Florida State.
With 1.4 seconds left in the first half, the Lakers drew up the perfect play to get Wesley Johnson an alley-oop dunk from Steve Blake who was in-bounding from half court. Johnson’s athletic ability has really been on display with the Lakers this year! And if you thought this play seemed familiar, don’t worry you’re not having deja vu….. check it out down below
The Arizona junior has a terrific block on Duke guard Quinn Cook to end the first half!
Rodney Stuckey was the man in Detroit a couple years back but he is now coming off the bench as a six man. Stuckey has been averaging 16 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists off the bench. Last night he went for 25 points against the Bulls including this powerful dunk on Bulls big man Carlos Boozer!