Diallo incredibly dunks over Shaq to win NBA All-Star contest

Feb 19, 2019, 00:42
Diallo incredibly dunks over Shaq to win NBA All-Star contest

Harris made 12 straight shots in the final round and went a staggering 15 for 18 on moneyballs - the shots worth the most - to win the three-point title. Hield was second with 26 points, and Harris finished with 25 to grab the last spot in the finals.

"I just came out and gave the crowd what they were looking for". Curry was second with 24 in the finals, and Sacramento's Buddy Hield was third with 19 points.

Dennis Smith Jr. enlisted some help to wow the judges at the 2019 NBA Slam Dunk Contest on Saturday. And his first dunk of the final round had the top of his head at basically rim level, putting him in control after Smith failed to make a dunk in his debut try of the final.

"The previous two rounds, the guy was ahead of me", Tatum said.

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Smith Jr. received a ideal score of 50 on the dunk.

For his final act, Diallo called upon Quavo from Migos to assist him.

Diallo also sensationally scaled rapper Quavo on his way to the title.

The 20-year-old revealed the trophy will go to his mother's home.

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"It was great", Diallo said of winning the competition, according to ESPN's Tim Bontemps. "I just tried to have fun".

Making all five of his shots from the "money rack" in the NBA All-Star Three Point Contest wasn't good enough for Suns guard Devin Booker to advance past the first round.

Nuggets forward Nikola Jokic lost to Tatum in the semifinals, missing his 3-pointer as Tatum's dropped from the left side of the key. I threw one up and it went in'. Young sprinted ahead of Mavericks rookie Luka Doncic and banged in a victor off the glass before Doncic's first attempt clanged off the rim.

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