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Ray Allen even surprised himself on huge dunk (Video)

Ray Allen dunk

Ray Allen had a pretty excellent Game 1 of the NBA Finals for the Miami Heat against the San Antonio Spurs, and he was so good he may have even surprised himself a bit.

Allen got a steal late in the third quarter and raced up the court in transition. He shoved Marco Belinelli out of the way, and then he raised up for the huge dunk. Danny Green wanted no part of him.

Jesus proving once again that he still got game. And some funky eyes.

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Images via Twitter/WorldofIsaac, @Jose3030

Kawhi Leonard drops monster dunk on Serge Ibaka (Video)

Kawhi Leonard dunkKawhi Leonard started off Game 6 of the Western Conference finals on Saturday with an emphatic statement.

After spinning past Kevin Durant in the first quarter, Leonard went straight to the rack and powered over Serge Ibaka for a huge dunk.

This is nothing new for “Sugar K,” who also had a big dunk in Game 3 against OKC:

DeMar DeRozan dunks all over Kyle Singler (Video)

DeMar DeRozan of the Toronto Raptors is one of the more explosive leapers in today’s NBA. Attempting to take a charge when he takes flight or trying to block one of his dunks generally doesn’t end well for the defender.

Timofey Mozgov found that out last year.

Late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game between the Raptors and Detroit Pistons, it was Kyle Singler who ended up on the wrong end of a highlight when (for some unknown reason) he decided it would be a good idea to jump with DeMar DeRozan. The result was DeRozan dunking all over the former Duke star and an excited broadcast team of Jack Armstrong and Matt Devlin.

At this point, it was already too late to reconsider.

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DeAndre Jordan dunks on Serge Ibaka (Video)

DeAndre Jordan has a limited offensive game, but he has been known to throw down some massive dunks on a regular basis. On Wednesday, he got Serge Ibaka with a huge dunk in the second quarter of the Clippers-Thunder game.

Look at the still on this one. I mean Jordan literally had the upper hand:

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If you thought that was good, a few minutes earlier Blake Griffin faked out Russell Westbrook and then dunked hard:

James Young dunks on half of UConn’s defense (Video)

Just when UConn was starting to pull away from Kentucky in the second half of the NCAA Tournament’s National Championship Game, James Young did his best to regenerate some momentum.

The freshman guard threw down just a ridiculous dunk over about half of UConn’s defense to give the Wildcats a much-needed bucket. He even got Amida Brimah to be called for a fourth foul on the play!

Look at what he had to dunk over:

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And he still made it happen.

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Adreian Payne throws down sick dunk, adds great bowling celebration (Video)

Adreian Payne may not have won the college slam dunk contest at Moody Coliseum in Dallas on Thursday, but he certainly had the best dunk and celebration of the night.

The Michigan State senior forward brought down the house with a sick double-clutch 360 that was just out of this world. As if his awesome dunk weren’t enough, he topped it off by bowling a strike that knocked down all the human pins.

Try to top that.

Well, Eastern Kentucky’s Marcus Lewis did. He won it all. You might remember Lewis from this ridiculous alley-oop he threw down last season.

But how about this from Payne:

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Incredible.

Paul George dunks on LeBron James while mic’d up (Video)

Paul-George-dunks-on-LeBronPaul George provided us with one of the best highlights of Wednesday night’s heavyweight bout between the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat when he dunked on LeBron James. George went coast-to-coast in the fourth quarter with Indiana trailing by three and took it right past LeBron for the slam.

The best part about the play? George was mic’d up, so we literally got a chance to hear what it sounds like when LeBron gets dunked on. The Pacers held off the Heat down the stretch and won a defensive struggle by a score of 84-83. We fully expect these two teams to meet again in the Eastern Conference Finals.

H/T Deadspin