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Justin Darlington, A.K.A. “Jus Fly,” is a Canadian baller with crazy hops. Last Friday he recorded a perfect score at the Nike+ Slam Dunk Contest in L.A. with an insane dunk.
His vertical is 42.3 inches, which is roughly the height of an average five-year-old child. Blake Griffin, meanwhile, is comparatively weak with his still world class 37-inch vertical.
This just drives home the importance of your vertical jump, Team Esface players and MLLS campers. So if you want to slam it like Jus Fly, make sure you’re taking care of your calf muscles.
Pepsi MAX went to a pick-up game in Bloomfield, NJ pretending to shoot a documentary on a basketball player named “Kevin.” When his Uncle Drew came into the game, some magical things happened.
Team Esface’s 8th grade boys made a tremendous impression at the Cal State game on April 22, coming behind from a 16 point deficit in the first quarter to win the championship. Here’s a few of the highlights of Team Esface staying hungry as usual…
Check out some of the best grabs, steals, picks, and hustling caught on tape at Sequoia High School during the first Hustle Up Invitational tournament, April 14-15, 2012.
Congrats again to all the players who came out to make our first tournament amazing.
Here’s some of the best moves we caught on tape at Sequoia High School, April 14-15.
Highlights from Team Esface’s AAU Season Kickoff held on April 1, 2012 at EPA Academy! Featuring coach introductions, player highlights, and exhibition between coaches.
A closer look at DAY ONE of Team Esface’s Spring Training Clinics. Train Hungry. Play Hungry. Stay Hungry.
Before their game against Massachusetts on Tuesday night, the Stanford men’s basketball coaches surprised their players with a speech provided by Raven’s MVP linebacker/almighty beast Ray Lewis.
After a talk like this, it’s no surprise the Cardinals conquered the court that night with a 74-64 win, and went on to win the NIT championship last night!
Robert Day is a Team Esface Affiliate and also a professional basketball player from Brazil. Final Stats: 6/7 from 2pt range and 12/15 from 3pt range for a total of 50 POINTS!