2013 NBA Slam Dunk Contest: Terrence Ross goes through-the-legs over a kid

Terrence Ross dunks over a nine-year-old kid, and did it through his legs. it was nice.

Terrence Ross is your 2013 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest Champion, and his final dunk was a through-the-legs dunk over a nine-year-old ballboy, which was pretty swell. The best part of this dunk, in my humble opinion, was the sound the ball made when it hit the rim. It was the absolute perfect sound of a dunk. The fact that he Eastbay-ed over a kid was great, too, I guess.

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Ross's hands are clearly not as big as Vince Carter or Jason Richardson, the two guys who really repped the Eastbay in the dunk contest (after Kobe Bryant, who didn't do it the same justice). He couldn't quite swing it through, but other than that, this was perfect. His lead knee was at a 90-degree angle, it was a perfect transition from hand-to-hand, and like I said before, that sound.

I give this a 10. That makes three of Ross's dunks perfect 10s in my book. He deserved to win.

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