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    Default Fred Jones Ties for Dunk of the Night

    Fred's slam over Medvedenko was tied for Dunk of the Night on NBA Fastbreak on ESPN2. Jamal Crawford's pass to himself off the backboard was the other Dunk of the Night.

    Fred's got some hops!

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    Default Re: Fred Jones Ties for Dunk of the Night

    Just saw it on IT (inside ticket) but yeah great slam, however.......

    Tins was amazing previous to that, playing Medvedenko through his legs, not getting the kick call then coming up with the steal and the pass ?

    out of this world

    And Medv fouled Fred on that call, so the T was a bit "late" and a slightly more justified "stare down"

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    Default Re: Fred Jones Ties for Dunk of the Night

    And can someone explain what exactly he did to get a technical?

    Staring at the opponent for one full second? Give me a break.

    The guy is 6-2 and just posterized a 6-10 guy--isn't he allowed to enjoy it for one second? Did he say something, too?

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    Default Re: Fred Jones Ties for Dunk of the Night

    And can someone explain what exactly he did to get a technical?

    Staring at the opponent for one full second? Give me a break.

    The guy is 6-2 and just posterized a 6-10 guy--isn't he allowed to enjoy it for one second? Did he say something, too?
    It's taunting, and I personally agree with the technical-but I think it may have been worth it.
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