Originally Posted by MikeToronto
Second that, especially considering the fact that the ball has been bounced off of the support stanchion behind the backboard, thus making that dunk even more difficult. IMO, if he didn't have to use so many attempts, that one would have been just as impressive as his #2..
It's even more of a farce when you consider that blake griffin got a 48 (?) on a windmill off the side of the backboard, which is essentially a much easier alternative of DeRozan's dunk. I'm not convinced the dunk contest was rigged per se, but there was blatant favoritism going on.