Sunday, January 2, 2011

POSTERIZED: The Dayton High-Flyers

Just because there were not a bunch of top-quality games this weekend doesn't mean there were some top-quality plays and highlights. Dayton and New Mexico played in the game of the weekend, with the Flyers winning in double-OT 76-73.

But what people are going to remember about this game were the two monsterous dunks thrown down by Chris "Top Flight" Wright and Juwan Staten.

Wright is widely considered as one of the best dunkers in the country, and this nasty tip-dunk is evidence why.

Wright's dunk was pretty filthy, but it may not have even been the best dunk of the game. I think that award goes to Juwan Staten.
(at the 1:57 mark)

The dunk is slow-mo

Were these dunks better than the previous entries

POSTERIZED - D.J Stephens, Memphis
POSTERIZED - Derrick Williams, Arizona
POSTERIZED - Reeves Nelson, UCLA
POSTERIZED - Kendall Marshall and John Henson, UNC
POSTERIZED - Terrence Jones, Kentucky
POSTERIZED - Rodney Williams, Minnesota
POSTERIZED - Joe Jackson, Memphis
POSTERIZED - Shay Shine, High Point
POSTERIZED - Harrison Barnes, North Carolina
POSTERIZED - Kent Bazemore, Old Dominion
POSTERIZED - CJ Fair, Syracuse
POSTERIZED - Rodney Williams, Minnesota
POSTERIZED - Travis Leslie, Georgia
POSTERIZED - Terrence Jones, Kentucky
POSTERIZED - Marcus Jordan, Central Florida
POSTERIZED - Lorenzo Brown, NC State
POSTERIZED - Tai Wesley, Utah State
POSTERIZED - Trent Lockett, Arizona State, and Derrick Williams, Arizona
POSTERIZED - Brandon Paul, Illinois
POSTERIZED - Jordan Hamilton, Texas

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