Gerald Green’s Off The Backboard Alley-Oop Is Ridiculous!!!!


It’s well known that Gerald Green has crazy hops but I’m sure nobody expected this during tonight’s game against the Orlando Magic!! I just have to remind everyone that we have to thank Tracy McGrady for this as he was the first that I remember to ever do this dunk in a game even though it was the all star game in 2002. Check it out down below.

LeBron James’ Ridiculous Windmill Dunk!!


LeBron James teased everyone with his practice dunks before the game against the Phoenix Suns. Well I guess it was just a pre game show as LeBron found himself on a fast break during the real game and threw down a ridiculous windmill dunk!

PJ Tucker’s Sick Around The Back Pass For The Jam!!


Many Phoenix Suns players have been making statement plays all year long and last night PJ Tucker made one of those plays! Check it out as Tucker drives and throws a pass around two defenders backs for the jam!!

Nick Young Gets Ejected After Taking A Hard Foul


Phoenix Suns rookie, Alex Len hit Los Angeles Lakers, guard Nick Young with a hard foul on a dunk attempt sending Young to the floor! Young didn’t like the foul and went right at Len, the Morris Twins and Goran Dragic! The Lakers bench grabbed Young to get him off the floor before anymore trouble ensued but both Young and Len would be ejected.

 

Gerald Green’s Double Clutch Reverse Jam!


When you play on such a big stage as Madison Square Garden you’ve gotta bring your best. Phoenix Suns guard, Gerald Green made the most of his opportunity as steals the ball and finishes a double clutch reverse dunk! Nobody’s been able to do the dunk as clean as Dominique Wilkins in a long time!

Gerald Green Nails The Game Winner!!


Phoenix Suns guard, Gerald Green is known as a dunker but has been playing very well for the Suns this year. He’s finally been given a chance and is taking advantage of it! Check it out as he nails the game winner against the Minnesota Timberwolves!

The Lakers Found A Point Guard: Kendall Marshall


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For those new to the the second year point guard, Kendall Marshall was one of colleges best point guards 2 years ago at the University of North Carolina. He became the 13th pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns. It was a pick that told Steve Nash his time in Phoenix was over. Nobody would think that a year later they would become Lakers teammates. With the Suns he averaged 3 points, 3 assists in 15 minutes as the team finished in last place with a 25-57 record. Marshall was traded to the Washington Wizards where he was released and picked up by the Delaware 87ers of the NBA Development League.

The Delaware 87ers of the NBA Development League is where the Los Angeles Lakers found him as he averaged 19.4 points and 9.6 assists. As many know, the Lakers were having a plague of injuries to their point guards and were going to be without a point guard for weeks to come. Last night, Kendall Marshall received his first start against the Utah Jazz and didn’t disappoint. Marshall was the perfect point guard as he scored 20 points on 8-12 shooting, 6 rebounds, 15 assists and ONE TURNOVER. The Lakers won their first game of 2014, 110 to 99. Marshall became the first player since Kobe Bryant in February 2002 to reach 20 points and 15 assists in a game. The most important thing is the Lakers won but it was fun watching Kendall Marshall help a team that really needed it. It’s only the first start but there will be many more to come as the other point guards heal. Best of luck Kendall.