Slam Dunk Contest 2012 Video: Jeremy Evans Dunks Wearing A Camera

Jeremy Evans of the Utah Jazz is the most anonymous of the mostly anonymous field of dunkers in the 2012 Slam Dunk Contest. His first dunk of the night will likely not inspire many people to figure out who he is.

Evans, wearing a camera, threw the ball up high from just inside the three-point line, then grabbed it from just above the rim and slammed it home on a reverse. Evans then proceeded to swing from the rim, presumably to convince all of the relatively unimpressed fans in attendance and on their couches that his dunk was not relatively unimpressive. That did not work.

On the bright side, Evans has two more dunks to go and he might yet make something of his opportunity to escape the obscurity of playing sparingly for the Jazz. I guess that's a bright side, anyway.

For all your 2012 Slam Dunk Contest needs, be sure to visit this StoryStream.

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