The MVP shows off his athleticism.
DRose unveiled his unparalleled quickness and hops with this crazy play last night. Check it out.
Tags: Atlanta Hawks, Chicago Bulls, Derrick Rose
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other than maybe young Lebron, most explosive athlete i think I’ve ever seen play basketball. Seriously what other PG in history has ever been capable of something like this?
Doing this? maybe Westbrook? :p
Also please post Joe’s ankle breaker.
He did it just to pad his stats. How selfish….
FAST DONT LIE
This must mean he was dunk all night.
@Max…..yeah I guess I was a bit of a prisoner of the moment right there…but my point still stands. Derrick Rose can blow by a defender at will and has that speed and power to finish over and around anybody, Russell just isn’t quite so dominant
Westbrook’s decision making in the clutch really sucks.
WTF DUDE?! F*CK HIM, HE’S A MUTANT! SMH
When i saw this on tv i absolutely said: “wtf just happened?”. Dude was a blur.
that dunk was so humble
for some reason, the dunk reminds me of another PG slam from some years ago: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ozb-h1Kj5es
Highlights are always better when they’re in a win, but that was still dope.
Not sure if the crowd really did want offensive interference of if they were just reacting to the dunk, but no way was it offensive interference.
bad boxing out
Isn’t that the customary response for one of these?
probably not since he hit the rim, if he would have thrown it off the glass, some people might have said travel.
Lol the funny part is he didnt even touch the rim with his hand he just threw it in he is a specimen!
I was only joking.
@Eboy for one of these you gotta say: “Offensive interference!”
How many steps does the guy get on that hop? Definetely a travel.
Mike Brown would have had a surprised look on his face…only you wouldn’t have known.
Not a travel.
Daaaayum, what a specimin, unbelievable athleticism and just as unbelievably bad was the defense.
Get a body on your man? Crash the boards?
no travel. the ball hits the ground in rhythm of his first step. then he takes the second, stutter-type step (first one after picking up the dribble). then he plants off two feet. just watch it a bunch of times without sound, you’ll see my logic
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