A 188 cm unknown guard who jumped over two people became the ‘Dunk King’

It was an amazing dunk. An unknown white guard who is less than 190 cm tall has become the ‘Dunk King’ on the world’s best stage, the NBA. 

The main character is Mack McClung (24, 188 cm), an unknown guard of the Philadelphia 76ers. Despite his small stature,카지노사이트 he displayed artistic dunks based on his tremendous jump power and won the dunk shot contest, a representative event on the eve of the NBA All-Star Game. McClung defeated Trey Murphy III (New Orleans) in the finals of the 2022-2023 NBA All-Star Game dunk contest held at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA on the 19th and became the dunk king.

McClung, who started his professional career with the South Bay Lakers, a G-League team affiliated with Los Angeles (LA) in 2021, is a player who mainly jumped out of the G-League. In the NBA, he only played one game for the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers last season.

This season, he joined Delaware Blue Coast, a G League team affiliated with Philadelphia, and recently signed a ‘two-way contract’ to play in the NBA.

McClung, who scored a total of 8 points including 3 field goals in the previous two NBA games, scored all 4 dunks in the contest that day. In particular, during the second round of the preliminaries and the second round of the finals, he vomited his spirit by receiving a perfect score of 50 on three occasions.

He was dominant from the first dunk that jumped over two people. Putting the ball in the hand of the person sitting on it, McClung ran from behind the 3-point line, grabbed the ball and flew up, brushed the backboard, and landed a reverse dunk to score a full 50 points. received.

In the second round of the preliminaries, he received 49.8 points, slightly short of the perfect score, and with a total score of 99.8, he ranked first out of four and advanced to the final against Murphy III.

In the final round, he continued his dunk show by performing a ‘540-degree spin’ and scored perfect 50 points both times.

Meanwhile, in the 3-point shooting contest, Portland Trail Blazers star Damien Lillard (33) won the championship. Lillard, who advanced to the finals with 26 points in the preliminaries with 8 players, scored 26 points in the finals with 3 players, beating Buddy Hield (Indiana) by one point. Lillard, who graduated from Webber State University in Utah, took part in the contest wearing a college uniform to commemorate the All-Star Game held in Utah, and enjoyed the joy of becoming the ‘three-point shot champion’ for the first time.

The main game of the All-Star Game will be held on the 20th. This All-Star Game will be held as a confrontation between two teams, each captained by ‘King’ LeBron James (LA Lakers) and ‘Greek Monster’ Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks).

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