Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert throws down a poster dunk on Atlanta Hawks forward Ivan Johnson during Game 2 of a 2013 first-round Eastern Conference playoff series.
Before the Heat - Bucks first round playoff series, Milwaukee point guard Brandon Jennings predicted the Bucks would win the series in six games. After losing to the Heat Tuesday night and falling behind 0-2 in the series, Jennings who was interviewed by TNT's Craig Sager stuck with his prediction of Buck in six.
Check out this sick finish by Harrison Barnes during the fourth quarter of Golden State's Game 2 matchup with the Nuggets on Tuesday night at the Pepsi Center in Denver.
Barnes beats Anthony Rudolph off of the dribble and proceeds to put down the best dunk we've seen so far in this year's Playoffs. The jam sets off a crazy reaction on Golden State's bench and they act like a bunch of maniacs going wild.
Barnes finished with 24 points and was one of four Warriors to go score more than 20. Steph Curry had 30 points, Jarrett Jack had 26 and Klay Thompson added 21 as Golden State topped Denver, 131-117, to hand the Nuggets their first home loss since Jan. 18.
The series in now tied at 1-1. Game 3 will be on Friday at 10:30 p.m. ET in Oakland.
The New York Knickerbockers end the 2012-13 NBA regular season at 54-28 and earn the number two seed in the Eastern Conference. Already purchased game one tickets to watch Melo and crew take the Celtics behind the shed and put them out of their misery.
The shoes feature UNC's signature argyle print on the midsoles with a Carolina blue suede upper and the team's Heel logo on the tongue.
Back in January we showed you Oregon's "Duckman" Air Jordan IVs, and wondered how the Ducks could be upstaging MJ's alma matter in the show game. Looks like the Jordan brand figured things with out with these exclusive sneakers. Now that's more like it for UNC.
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