Slam Dunk Contest 2011 Video
February 20, 2011 by staff
Slam Dunk Contest 2011 Video, The Slam Dunk Contest 2011 video showing Los Angeles Clippers big man Blake Griffin jumping over a car to make a basket was screaming fans with the feat. The event took place this weekend at all Saturday Star, which showed five players vying for the title. Many amazing displays of athleticism and sheer power were part of the event but none more impressive than the winner. The winner compiled a large screen first one bringing in a car strategically placed under the basket with a choir singing in the local church “I Believe I Can Fly” before the jump.
The Slam Dunk Contest in 2011 was won when Blake Griffin was the ball thrown by teammate Baron Davis, who was inside the car and passed the ball through a sunroof. Griffin sailed on the hood of the car and was able to drive the ball in the hoop landing on the hood to the excitement of the crowd. Every year we wonder if the NBA Slam Dunk Contest (presented by Sprite!) Could possibly be worse, and every year it does? It is difficult to know exactly where this contest has gone wrong. Although no year comes to mind that the official position of shooting, it would probably be somewhere around the year in which the accessories were first authorized. At this interesting moment, incredible dunks suddenly become secondary to the animal baked, or stuffed silly or stupid costume you might drudge up. This year was no different from the past few disappointing efforts. There was a little kid who I’m sure it’s the lead rapper of the Far East Movement lost her teddy bear in the rim. And Blake Griffin with the simplest dunk in the world during the single car in the world. More than any other antics that occurred during that forgettable performance last night. The term “car hop” dunk in particular speaks volumes about what all this had become. Between Crenshaw walking on the chorus and in a wheelchair to the car (official car sponsor of the NBA dont’cha know) everybody seemed to completely ignore the vanilla was the dunk.
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