High Schooler Casually Shatters Backboard During Game With Windmill Dunk
Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
This is pretty sick...

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I think that the game between the two teams was very intense and that is why the basketball shield broke, I think in the future the basketball court will be equipped with a more reliable shield. In the meantime, it will be interesting for you as future students to read an article on electoral college at LINK / , a place where you will probably study.
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Missed the dunk. The ball lands around the 3 pt line
Reply1 month
Missed dunk don’t count. That’s just vandalism
1 month
Maybe he hurt a wrist, hand or finger.
Reply1 month
What did they do? Reschedul? No way a high school is prepared for this
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They actually are. When I broke a backboard in the 8th grade while playing varsity basketball, it was replaced and cleaned up within about an hour and a half and then the game was resumed... Too bad I tore my ACL or I'd be in the NBA right now dunking on Harden.
1 month
Ban backboards
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I wouldn’t say he “casually” broke it.
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42 on the other team looks like he could break a few backboards too. Big kid.
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Is he hurt? Runs back into gym and is laying on the floor being attended to at the end
Reply1 month
Looks like he may have had some glass go in his eye?
1 month
They finished the game at another High School, and he finished with 20 points, so I suppose he was OK enough to play.
1 month
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