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VIDEO: Jeff Green's dunk of the year candidate

Jared Wickerham

The Boston Celtics forward submits his case for dunk of the year against the Utah Jazz.

It's so weird watching Jeff Green play. For 95 percent of the time, he drifts aimlessly through games, shooting mid-range jumpers, playing poor defense and not asserting himself in any way. Then, there's the other five percent, when he flashes all the skill that made him the No. 5 pick in the 2007 NBA Draft.

This would qualify as part of the five percent.


Green took a kickout pass from Kevin Garnett, drove right, took off just inside the paint and ended Al Jefferson's life. Well, not literally, but if I were Jefferson, I'd delete all evidence of that just happening. Rajon Rondo's one-footed celebration is appropriate.

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(Video via @jose3030).

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