It's official now my boy Brandon Jennings said he will be in the dunk contest.......Now I just gotta hope he don't pull an Iverson like he did he rookie year due to a misterious injury.
I guess Jennings is outsized by a large margin, even if he does not win it although he is my pick. He will put on a show from the dunks I've seen him do before in his dunk mix.
griffin will proly win cause he is overhyped,he will do normal windmill people wil say its jesus himself,but i say that ibaka could suprise i saw one tape when he was in europe still it was unreal,his shoulders were above the rim tru story,young buck is also crazy peep his clips from hs,we all know about mcgee and that retarded vert,im basically sayin i wouldnt mind to see any of these guys win except griffin i hope he tores acl in that contest..
Blake Griffin (Defending Champ)
No spectator would be left disappointed
I like the criteria of using a starting five kinda, picking players from each position. With that said, I would like this contest:
PG: Brandon Jennings- His dunks during games say that he is capable of slamming at that height. But his freestyles in warmups and old Allstate games were RIDICULOUS! This guy does most flashy dunks with almost ease. At 6'1, it'll be pretty fun watching. I think he will participate this year, he was scheduled last year, but injury kept him out.
SG: Russell Westbrook- NO! He's not a SG, but he plays one on TV. He is so explosive, I would like to see him do some damage in a contest. His fire and flair will be on full display also.
SF: Terrence Williams- Freak athlete! Seen him do some awesome finna during games. A combo of power and grace while slamming.
PF: Of course I would throw Blake Griffin here. I don't know of his willingness to participate, but we can do it if possible.
C: DeAndre Jordan- Two teammates from Lob City should make for the viewings to be raised. A deceptive power dunker with a frame built to do unreal big man slams.
I highly doubt Jennings would participate this year. Iverson did not re-enter the following year after his "injury"