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dunk

To lower something into water—normally a sonar, communications, or tether cable.
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com/2013/06/11/julius-erving-the-doctor-documentary-nba-finals-2013-miami-heat-san-antonio-spurs/) retired NBA players have shown that they can still dunk including arguably the greatest of all-time Michael Jordan.
From the time people started saying I should be in the dunk contest, my brain got to working with what I should do.
It will be launched at the opening when, instead of toasting the show with champagne, the Mayor of Worcester, Coun Andy Roberts, will ceremonially dunk a Worcester Feast Dunker in a mug of tea.
BOSTON - Despite the Celtics' poor record, it's no slam dunk that they will win the NBA Lottery this year.
Parker, the 2004 McDonald's All American National Player of the Year, is the second McDonald's All American female player to compete in the slam dunk competition, joining 2003 team member Brittany Hunter (who currently attends Duke).
The dunking formula above translates as: How far tea has gone into biscuit = tea's surface tension x biscuit pore size x dunk time, divided by 4 x the tea's viscosity.
Others selected include College Slam Dunk semi-finalist Bryan Narcisse of Clemson University; Division II All-American Stefan Bonneau of C.
PHOENIX -- College basketball's best dunkers will be competing in the 24th Annual College Slam Dunk Contest - March 29, 9:00 p.
com feel it is important for the sport of basketball that Kobe and LeBron face-off in the dunk contest and we want to be part of this historic event.
Reed had a chance to win, but received a 54 on a conservative double-pump dunk with his back to the basket.
Ball Up's first Annual "Air Up There" Slam Dunk Contest featured streetball players from around the country with the legendary Julius "Dr.