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Posted at 1:54 PM ET, 02/10/2011

The Wizards know how to dunk

By Dan Steinberg


Usually video seems a better mechanism for explaining the impressiveness of the so-called "slam dunk" than a still image, but I think Wednesday night was the exception. The above dunk by Nick Young looks cool enough in moving pictures, as provided by Mister Irrelevant.

But the still image of Young's takeoff, taken from Truth About it and seen below, is far more awesome. Kudos to Kyle Weidie for the shot.

And Young isn't the only one on this team with a talent for the so-called "stuff." Post staff photographer Toni L. Sandys has a fairly remarkable shot of JaVale McGee en route to the goal. The Wizards might not win much, but they know how to fly. Huge images below.




By Dan Steinberg  | February 10, 2011; 1:54 PM ET
Categories:  Wizards  
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