ANIMATED: Wayne Blackshear Comes Out Of Nowhere For Tip-Jam

After the Louisville Cardinals blew a couple dunks close to the rim, Wayne Blackshear upped the degree of difficulty and finally finished one. His double-pump dunk in the first half was a thing of beauty, and temporarily stopped the bleeding. Perhaps this is his thing.

Why? Because Blackshear again flushed a ridiculous dunk in the second half, continuing a nice spurt by the Cardinals. Out of nowhere, Blackshear entered the frame to clean up the mess, soaring high for a jam on the rebound.

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It was enough to get everyone up, and to elicit a "did you see that?"

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