But that’s not all, he designed this animations for the respective big boys tagged in the photo and it came with an interesting interview on NBA.com about how Truby makes these and his fascination with dunks.
BONUS: Here’s another one I just peeped of Vintage Nique.
Last night, the Sprite Slam Dunk had quite the polarizing, mixed reviews. The format only allowed for 1 dunk each in the Battle Round as the East swept for a team victory. It was John Wall‘s closing dunk that ended the contest and won him Dunker of the Night.
For me, I agree with much of the sentiment of the dunk contest falling flat. The format needs to be tweaked and I think there needs to be one more round of the winning team or the top 3 dunkers to crown a true individual winner. Fortunately, the dunks themselves were quality. In fact, all the ones I especially liked were captured by NBA’s Phantom Cam above. And wow, I have an even greater appreciation for the dunks now. Beautiful.
Here are some more videos below of some of the individual dunks and some of the great images of Drake.
One last note: All-Star Saturday could have also improved with about 3-5 more Marco Belinelli interviews.
I’m really excited for the field for this year’s Dunk Contest. Sources reveal to ESPN that we’ll be seeing…
and defending champ, Terrence Ross
Isn’t it refreshing that we not only have one all-star in the dunk contest, but we have three?!
And how is Paul George going to top his Reverse 360 Windmill? Will Terrence Ross call Kenneth Faried? There’s no weak link here, but George and Ross have to be the favorites, yeah? I see Paul George winning the dunk contest, and together with Wall and Lillard bringing it back to the all-stars to compete as well, which is of most importance right?