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Thursday, January 14th, 2010 at 11:45 am  |  11 responses

Slamadaday: Marquis Teague on Nick Osborne

The nation’s No. 4-ranked junior, Marquis Teague, shows why ‘filthy’ is a word often used to describe his game. He blows by his defender and dunks over two more, despite getting a push in mid air and leaping off the wrong foot. Jeff Teague’s younger brother actually recorded this highlight in an easy 64-48 win over the Muncie Central Bearcats on January 2, but video just recently surfaced. Teague’s off-the-charts athleticism is just one of the reasons he’s receiving hard pushes from Louisville, Kentucky and Indiana.

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  • http://slamonline.com/ Ryne Nelson

    Marquis is all of 6-1 as well. That’s some springs.

  • http://www.another48minutes.com Gerard Himself

    he’s coming off the wrong foot too. Nice jam.

  • riggs

    3 steps?

  • davidR

    6-1, and off the wrong foot? gotdamn

  • ball4life

    who’s better Teague or Tony Wroten??

  • http://courtcred.com coop

    this kid can flat out play and maybe better than his older bro in the long run

  • reald

    THATS NOT 3 STEPS HE SWITHED HANDS JUMPED OF THE WRONG FOOT ON TO THE OPPOSITE HANDS
    SICK!!

  • reald

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  • reald

    HAITI NEEDS YOUR HELP DONATE TO WYCLEF JEANS FUND YELE YELE TO 501501 OR HIS WEBSITE $5 THATS NOTHIN TAKE THE TIME HAITI NEEDS YOUR HELP

  • http://www.slamonline.com Chris Deaton

    Love the [lack of] reaction from the stands, sans a few shoulder leans.

  • michael scorn

    How come titles never include the guard that got beat off a simple move?

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