Paul George Highlights From 2014 NBA Slam Dunk Contest

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Paul George had a pretty solid performance in this year’s NBA Slam Dunk Contest. Here are his full highlights from Saturday night.

Freestyle Dunk


George started things off right in the freestyle round. Both Terrence Ross and John Wall give PG the give-go to do the final dunk in the round, and he definitely produced. The East ended up winning the round.

Reverse, Between-the-Legs Windmill


If it weren’t for John Wall’s dunk, George probably would have been voted the Dunker of the Night. George’s dunk here was absolutely ridiculous. It was very similar to the one he had in a game against the Los Angeles Clippers not too long ago.

Nae Nae With John Wall


Not a dunk for George, but he gets bonus points for doing the Nae Nae dance with John Wall.



Tags: All-Star Weekend 2014

  • Realist

    What happened after they did their first solo dunks?

    Oh right, nothing. Good job, NBA.

  • thechamp5400

    Bring back the points (10 for each judge) and let the winners of the first bonus round battle each other again to determine a winner, please.
    Good idea needs some help.

  • thechamp5400

    And for fucks sake, the sleeved jersey look really… bad. Let’s keep it like this.

  • Philip Tarrant

    I thought the whole team thing was a good idea…until I realized there was no actual individual dunk contest to follow.

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