MacLemore had them on their feet before the dunk, the dunk just wasn't spectacular, it was just good.
Ross walks away from each dunk like he just left work after a long 8-hours, how the hell are people supposed to get hyped for that?
The only one that did anything worthy of praise and celebrated with any enthusiasm got it with the last John Wall dunk.
Most of these guys that enter the dunk contest know how to dunk but have almost no concept on putting on a show, and I'm not talking about doing what Blake did, but just be proud of your own damn dunk. Pound your chest, throw your arms in the air, jump on the scorer's table, do something god dammit. At least Nate Robinson knew how to do that part of it.
Ross is still the defending champ. He didn't really lose last night. Wonder if he would do it again next year to defend his slam dunk title??
Are you saying the competition was abbreviated purposely or otherwise? Did a report say this? I remember the panel making fun of Ernie when he attempted to explain the rules. I did not see the ending of the telecast.
chillin with d wade
To be honest, does it almost seem like this all-star stadium is purely here for the concert and not the All-Star game? I mean the stadium seems like it's filled with prepubescent teens. I wouldn't be surprised if a good 50% of the people who are actually there aren't NBA fans...
Is this the 2004 NBA All-Star game? What's with all these old school artists?
Seriously I thought this thing was gonna start at 8... 1 hour of music really?
Oh god. Are they gonna sing all the national anthems?
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