Travis Leslie Dunks On DeMarcus Cousins

You Absolutely Have To See This Dunk From Yesterday's Kentucky/Georgia Game

1/10/10 in NCAABB   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

Last night during SportsCenter whoever the idiot announcers were said that you should wait around until after the commercial break to see a dunk from the Kentucky/Georgia game. I thought - per SportsCenter's usual BS - this was complete hyperbole. But I stuck around for it anyway.

It was not hyperbole.

Travis Leslie threw down a dunk so hard on DeMarcus Cousins that I'm sure all of Cousins' cousins felt it. You won't see a more punishing dunk than this one all year. I just wish the sound were a little better, because when Leslie jammed that thing home it sounded like a gun went off. Either way, this dunk has my early vote for dunk of the year.
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1/14/10   |   Pdub   |   61 respect

Pretty tight dunk for Leslie. Props to UGA, this is what it takes for them to acquire recognition.

1/12/10   |   MRBrady

He's lucky Cousins didn't retaliate - or really UK was lucky. The last thing we need is for him to be suspended. He's a big guy with a big temper! I hope Caliperi has a back-up plan, just in case!

1/11/10   |   ojekeme1   |   600 respect

It is way too early to be talking dunk of the year. But anytime a gaurd goes up on a big with authority it is nice to see.

1/10/10   |   ProfessorPlum   |   15 respect

pardon me, that's just my face melting. that dunk is amazing.

1/10/10   |   BluDevil   |   618 respect

Impressive. Lawal also had a big dunk for Tech yesterday that was nasty.

1/10/10   |   THE_Smoot   |   70 respect

Even I, as a UK fan, was amazed by that dunk.

I, as a UK fan, was also glad to see UK do what the Colts couldn't do: go 16-0.

1/10/10   |   Chief_aka_James   |   3307 respect

Did the person who made the title of the video really have to go with just "Dunk of the Day"? Dunk of the year, dunk of the decade, dunk of the...That was just nasty, go with something better than "of the day" sir or madam.

1/10/10   |   Joe_L   |   12372 respect

I second that vote.