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Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 at 4:31 pm  |  10 responses

Slamadaday: Jaylen Bond on Kevin Raymond

Poor Kevin Raymond. In the first quarter of his first varsity game, the 5-5 sophomore PG hustled his ass off down the court to take a fast-break charge. When he got into position, all he could do was duck to avoid the knee of 6-8, 230-pound Jaylen Bond. Bond, who will play combo forward for Jamie Dixon and the Pittsburgh Panthers next season, walked on air with seven seconds left in the quarter. The rest was down hill for little Raymond and his Central Bucks South Titans.

Plymouth Whitemarsh, the reigning Pennsylvania state champs, started their regular season right on December 10, winning in decided fashion, 78-40.

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  • http://www.youtube.com/user/Uncle05Sam Earl

    Could do without the sound, hehehehe. . . .

  • http://twitter.com/MrRagerNYK King Henry the 2nd

    His first Varsity game? Embarrassing.

  • Wilson

    Not a lot he could do, being 5’5″.

  • http://google c_cantrell

    ah its ok i guess but dude is like a foot and a half shorter so not impressive

  • http://slamonline.com The Black Rick Kamla

    Its all good little homie, we all been there. Got a lot of heart trying to draw that charge

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Discretion is the better part of valor.

  • kb24mj23

    Damn… first varsity game? Thats rough.

  • D

    “When he got into position, all he could do was duck to avoid the knee of 6-8, 230-pound Jaylen Bond.”

    Duck? He jumped into it. I don’t think I’ve ever seen someone line up for the charge and jump into someone to draw contact. At least not while the guy is a foot above their head.

  • True H

    I dont even think Jaylen saw him. He probably thought it was an open court fast break dunk.

  • OvaChicken

    True Dat

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