It's that time again for the 1045 'The Team' Dunk of the Week! This weeks rim rocking winner is from Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson. Johnson takes off in transition and punches it on the head of Lakers guard Lou Williams with the left hand. Johnson has slowly but surely carving a niche for himself in the NBA after going undrafted out of Fresno State in 2014...
Imagine how cool it would be to be considered one of the best ever at something? It doesn't really matter what "it" is, but if you could claim that distinction you'd known you made your mark. The claim for recently retired NBA all star Amare Stoudemire isn't that hes an all time great player or champion, no, because he won't be remembered that way...
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— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) February 25, 2016
Last year the world stopped and took notice when JJ Watt of the Houston Texans did a 61 inch box jump.
So why shouldn't we all stop and notice when he dunks a basketball? lol...
Melvin Lee is a 5'5 guard from a high school in Wisconsin and this kid can FLY! here's a video of Lee dunking over two defenders. There may be some swearing in the background so careful with the volume but the slow motion is amazing.
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez posterized his twin brother. It’s tough enough getting dunked on. It’s worse if you’re Robin Lopez and your brother jams in your face.
There is no doubt that Lebron James is one of the best players in the NBA. Some would even argue that he's currently the best. He takes play of the week honors this week for his terrific alley-oop dunk delivered by none other than Dwyane Wade.
We know that there are New Jersey Net fans out there, somewhere. Most of the time it's okay to hide, but sometimes your team does some pretty cool stuff. Deron Williams scores 57 points, Kris Humphries makes a mockery of marriage, and Gerald Green does one of the coolest alley-oop's we have seen. Too bad the Nets couldn't pull out the win.