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balldontlie:

On Jan. 27, 1989, Tom Chambers ran the break with Kevin Johnson, got into the air, and used Mark Jackson’s face and chest as a catapult. The result was “the greatest white-dude dunk in NBA history,” as Ben Rohrbach writes in today’s edition of Dunk History.
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balldontlie:

On Jan. 27, 1989, Tom Chambers ran the break with Kevin Johnson, got into the air, and used Mark Jackson’s face and chest as a catapult. The result was “the greatest white-dude dunk in NBA history,” as Ben Rohrbach writes in today’s edition of Dunk History.