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Monday, March 29th, 2010 at 10:00 am  |  11 responses

Slamadaday: Joakim Noah on Jason Maxiell

Both Noah and Maxiell elevated; one of them managed to stay up there a tad longer. The result: a vicious finish:

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  • http://www.laumol.nl/weblog Laumol

    I thought I saw an even bigger posterizing jam by Amare last night. This was nice though but I liked Stat’s (or whatever his nickname is nowadays) better.

  • Sporting-Lisbon-Blazers

    Stats wasnt better, this was a classic poster but i credit Maxiel, he has the balls to contest this dunks and blocks A LOT of them..good one Noah

  • Dirtybird

    I liked Noah’s dunk from Saturday a little better.

  • scompson

    is there anyone other than me who would expect that from noah on a nightly basis? i’m not impressed.

  • Kendrick is God

    tame

  • SMK

    Sacré bleu!!

  • Logues

    it was pretty good, cuz maxiell had his whole arm across noahs face. not great, but prettt nice

  • http://www.clutchfans.com/ Blue

    I guess I’ve seen too many highlight worthy slams this season to be impressed with this one…it would have won this year’s Dunk Contest though.

  • http://IJustWantMyNameToLookBig.com Chukaz

    You know what’s funny. on the caption it said that one of them managed to stay up a tad longer and the result was a vicious jam, but the one that stayed up longer was the one that got posterized. thie was weak btw and it woulda won the dunk contest cuz it was so lame that a reverse lay up or a pull up j might have won it.

  • Whistler

    “Haier” play of the day? I thought I had read “Hairy play of the day” – that would fit Noah better!

  • http://twitter.com/dfrance21 dfrance21

    the dunk was decent but I’m becoming a Noah fan. i really hated him coming out of Florida, but he’s finding his niche in the league and his game is improving. Two years ago he would have not known what to do with himself being open like that. This year, facial.

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