Naptown stand up. FYI: Indianapolis is called Naptwon, by Black people that are from there. Even some of the white people that listen to the one Black radio station they have refer to as Naptwon as well. Don’t feel bad I didn’t know this either till I went to college in Cincinnati and about 1/3 of our school was from there. At any rate Eric Gordon was back in his home town on Thursday night, and in typical Clipper fashion they lost. But between him and B Griffin, they are nightly residents on all the highlights. Tonight was no different. The impressive thing about this dunk was it was in the half court, and Gordon created all of it off of his own dribble.
As I stated before on here, Georgetown centers stay getting dunked on. There is a reason for that. they challenge every single shot that comes in the paint. Its like John Thompson, both of them, only renewed their scholarships if they went for every block. So here are two of the more famous Hoya centers, Pat Ewing and ALonzo Mourning, tasting nothing chin nuts:
First up is VC taking a monster runny dookie on Alonzo Mourning. It was one of those #2′s after a night of been drinking at an open bar of Alize followed up by a late night pit stop at White Castle. This is nasty. From the behind the back dribble on White Chocolate, to the extra level he ascends too after he bumps in Zo. Throw in the fact that Zo talked so much trash he makes KG look like a mime. I think every none Heat player in the league loved seeing this:
I cannot stand Scottie Pippen. Along with Karl Malone he may be my least favorite NBA player of all time. I still remember when that clown shaved his head bald and it looked his skull had corn rolls. I mean the top of his head looked like the back of Forrest Whitaker’s neck. He made Shane Battier look like an after ad for Magic Shave. But I digress.
Simply put this was one of the illest dunks of all time. Considering that it was a playoff game, vs. a future Hall of Famer, and in an incredibly intense rivalry. But maybe the best part of the dunk is Scottie standing over a fallen Pat Ewing then telling my cinematic hero Spike Lee to S.T.F.U.