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Posted at 12:42 PM ET, 02/27/2011

Nick Young's crazy 360-degree layup

By Dan Steinberg


Say this for the 2010-2011 Wizards: they continue to produce amazing highlight-reel nudge-your-neighbor top plays. In losses. Whilst slouching toward the lottery.

But still, Nick Young's 360-degree while-making-bleu-cheese eyes-closed-hands-tied reverse layup against the Mavericks on Saturday night was a beauty.

"I look forward to seeing that on YouTube," Young said, via Mike Prada. Well, here ya go.

By Dan Steinberg  | February 27, 2011; 12:42 PM ET
Categories:  Wizards  
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Comments

Is it weird that the highlight-reel moments actually makes me hate them MORE? Just more proof of wasted talent.

Posted by: ThisGuy | February 27, 2011 8:10 PM | Report abuse

I was at this game, the crowd went nuts! DC is all in with the Wizards.

Posted by: fakedude2 | February 27, 2011 9:06 PM | Report abuse

Looks like Ernie Bumfeld lucked up on ONE decent player.. that makes ONE! He is otherwise a complete screwup of butcheristic proportions!

Posted by: iubiquity | February 27, 2011 9:21 PM | Report abuse

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