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  • #28892
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    paradigmn
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     http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/blog/ball_dont_lie/post/JaVale-McGee-officially-holds-a-world-record?urn=nba-wp3166http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/blog/ball_dont_lie/post/JaVale-McGee-officially-holds-a-world-record?urn=nba-wp3166…I guess he’s a little bitter about loosing the dunk contest…LOL…..this is totally something JaVALE would do…not that its a bad thing, just a little awkward….its cool to have a world record and all but to go through all that work to make it a record after a good 3 months is similar to going out of your way to get a tripple double and then celebrating your azz off when you get it but are about to loose the game by double digits…..Dont get me wrong though, I defintely think he should have won the contest plus he is good for atleast 3 HIGHLIGHT plays a game.

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  • #531242
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    Memphis Madness
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    He needs to go after Michael Wilson’s record for a dunk on the highest goal. 

    I am sure with McGee’s height they can raise the goal up very, very high.  He could probably set a record that would never be broken. 

     

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  • #531256
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    i’m jus so offended
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     uhhhh i don’t know about NEVER be broken part. Kids are getting bigger and more athletic these days, who knows what genetic freak could be spawned in the coming years

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  • #531259
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    Anton123
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     i’ve seen Mason Plumlee dunk three balls in one jump, how’s McGee got a world record then?

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  • #531274
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    ghettosermon
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    ^ A world record doesn’t mean anything unless you set up prior to get your record verified. Only after that can it be considered official.

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  • #531331
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    TallmanNYC
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    Yeah, the Plumlee dunk is on record as it was uploaded on Youtube back in 2009. And I think it is more impressive that he carried all three balls himself instead of dunking two and then getting another tossed to him. Though maybe adding the alley-oop part might actually make it harder. In any case, I’m sure McGee could do the same dunk Plumlee did and vice versa.

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  • #531333
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    esperanzafleet69
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    LOL

    "only 4 more ill advised drives until he holds the most immediate substitutions in a career"

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  • #531338
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    BothTeamsPlayedHard
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    "Dont get me wrong though, I defintely think he should have won the contest plus he is good for atleast 3 HIGHLIGHT plays a game."

    He is also good for about ten plays that directly contribute to the Wizards losing.

     

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