Jeremy Evans dunks over a covered canvas, reveals painting of himself

Jeremy Evans used a prop for his first dunk in the final round, but he did it well.

Jeremy Evans was told explicitly by opponent Terrence Ross to not use a prop, but he couldn't help himself. The Utah Jazz center brought out a covered canvas by the rim, then jumped over it while doing a left-handed windmill. He completed it on the first try, then took off the cover to reveal a painting of himself that he proceeded to sign.

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It had props, but if there was voting, I'd still give it a 50.

AESTHETICS

This is how you correctly use a prop. Rather than make it the center of your dunk, it should complement what you're doing already. Evans ended up doing an impressive dunk even without the prop present, then topped it off by signing the photo.

SB NATION'S SCORE

This merited a 50. At the very least, it merited a perfect score more than any of the dunks completed in the first round of the competition.

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