Monday, November 2nd, 2009 at 12:46 pm  |  16 responses

Video: Keion Bell Clears Five Teammates

Dunk contests are a major part of Midnight Madness. And, as a matter of fact, we’ve seen this sort of thing from Bell before. Only this time, instead of dunking over (just) a few teammates, he leaped a full handful. There’s much more to look forward to from last year’s All-Freshman first teammer and ’09-10 All-WCC preseason first teamer, though. Bell says he’s about to step-up his leadership and… improving that dreadful 0.6 A/TO ratio from last season.

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  • dial up

    not really 5 people if they’re huddled together like they’re boutta take a shower in prison.

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  • riggs

    he used the first guy as a catapult, not exactly that great.

  • http://www.ballislife.com Arek

    Check out the Keion Bell Ballislife mixtape.. dude is reallll sick

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  • Garett

    Nice. Liked how the camera guy almost missed the dunk while filming the bench mob for some reason

  • Wendallt

    thats the business

  • http://www.teflinprague.com SAB

    yep i liked the cameraman nearly missing it, haha. he did kinda cheat but it’s hella impressive. i’d love to know how they practice something like that – surely he doesn’t get it right the first time. i’d love to see the first practice where he lands on the front guy’s head. that’d be funny.

  • K-Nasty

    0.6 A/TO? I didn’t think that was even possible.

  • Michael Scorn

    Apparently, pushing off leads to all kinds of championships. Jordan in 1998. Nate Robinson in 2009. Now this guy.

  • http://www.triplejunearthed.com/dacre Dacre

    its the showman ship now a days….the rip off your jersey altogether and just throw it away celebration…


  • giogolo

    come on..

  • kg

    - well he pushed off the guy’s shoulder but i guess it was amazing

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