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Discussion in 'College Basketball' started by limitless, Apr 13, 2018.
No matter how many times I watch this video it still pumps me up. The kid is amazing!
Excited to see him at Georgetown!
Yeah, just can't get enough of these highlight reels. Hard to believe he is only 6'-2". Except for the height, this guy has it all. Too bad he is going to a place with a black coach.
"Best White Dunker Ever?" How utterly racist........having said that he has great vertical at 6'2". Seems he has some cockiness to him as well that he will need if going to a school that promotes having a negro coach and darker lineup.
In the late 70's in my High school we used to have dunk contests, more than a few of the kids could dunk the ball easily..all were Caucasian. I am 5'9" and I could just hit it off the rim but never dunk it.
Another day and another win in a national high school dunk contest with the best kids in the U.S. One thing to notice too is as usual he is the shortest guy in the dunk contest yet is the best dunker and the most explosive. He even did a 360 at only 6'1. The kids is amazing. I will be watching some Georgetown Basketball in the fall. Way to go Mac!
Then, Jordan McCabe wins the 3-point contest...hmmm. Starts at the 10:00 mark.
Funny you mention McCabe. I watching a video of last year's Kaukauna vs Kimberly(Football Powerhouse) HS Basketball game and the comments were full of hatred with "how many White boys were on the court." "And this guy is good, but he's playing all white guys." Etc etc. Typical brainwashed speech. Not even DWFs most were from Black Posters.
Never mind that the two teams are in rural northeast Wisconsin.. Diversity in a nutshell. Won't rest until every corner of country is blessed with diversity er no white people left.
Apologies if I sidetracked this thread!
You guys are going to love this video. It got me pumped up. Good luck to Georgetown & McClung in the NIT. They were so close to making the main tournament but there is always next
year inless Matt McClung goes in the draft after his freshman year. I think he should stay 1 more year in college and leave after his sopmore season. Love this kid!