Posted by : Yale Schalk
Derrick Rose, adidas adiZero Rose 2.5
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He touched the rim if you watch the reply closely so it was a dunk
Old school rule:
Fingers inside and/or gripping the rim is a dunk.
Grazing doesn’t qualify. Ha.
Having some fun with it either way.
man that shit is harder than a dunk. griffith is going to rim and meets an immovable object in perkins but still has the speed and power to elevate and throw it down like that. that like a grown man throwing it down on his 6 year old on a 5 ft rim
a dunk is an attempt when u put the ball from above the rim. that rim rocking thing is called slamdunk. so technically that is a dunk
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