Eric Bledsoe's second dunk drew awed reactions from the TNT crew, so you knew a perfect score was coming. The Los Angeles Clippers' guard exploded to the rim powerfully, throwing down a reverse two-handed windmill dunk on his very first try. By the lower standards of this bad dunk contest, Bledsoe got a 50 for his efforts. In a better dunk contest, it might have been overlooked.
Bledsoe correctly understood that a small man like himself will always make a windmill dunk look cool. Doing it on the very first try only improved his odds to get a perfect score.
Eric Bledsoe made a dunk contest dunk feel like an exciting in game dunk. Nice.— bandwagonknick (@bandwagonknick) February 17, 2013
The last 2 dunks look real familiar lmao.— Jason Richardson (@jrich23) February 17, 2013
SB NATION'S SCORE
I would have given that one a 49, so I can't really complain too much about it getting a 50.