Wisconsin advanced to the Sweet Sixteen on Sunday with their 72-65 win over Oregon, but it could have been 76-65 if sheer awesomeness was duly recognized. On a play that had been blown dead a split-second earlier, Badgers small forward Sam Dekker put the ball through the hoop twice on a single slam dunk.
After Wisconsin’s victory, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers — who is accustomed to scoring points six at a time — offered that he would most like to go up against Dekker in a pickup game.
“@luvdapack: @AaronRodgers12 Which Badger player would you like to go up against?” @samdek1 in the post. Show off my @bgoodvlade moves
— Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) March 23, 2015
While Dekker’s bit of hoops magic required an assist by the net, others have put their own spin on the double dunk during contests.
GERALD GREEN 2013 NBA DUNK CONTEST
Gerald Green cut the net out of the picture altogether to pull off his single-ball double jam.
JAVALE MCGEE 2011 NBA DUNK CONTEST
JaVale McGee required two hoops and two balls for his variation on the four-point dunk.
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