Banging on fools

Via Meghan, this girl can really dunk:

Even more impressively:

Whether it’s blocking 25 shots in a single game or converting a windmill dunk during warm-ups (both of which she’s already done this season), Griner does something extraordinary almost every time she takes the court.

Emphasis mine. 25 shots in a single game? Was there a female Iverson on the other team that she was guarding? At some point, don’t you stay away from her half of the court?

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14 Responses to “Banging on fools”

  1. matt Says:

    looks like a tayshaun prince love child.

  2. indeedindeed Says:

    haha, i was thinking the same damn thing.

  3. indeedindeed Says:

    not only is she tall, but her arms are crazy durant-length.

  4. zachary Says:

    how tall is she?

  5. indeedindeed Says:

    six eight?

  6. Tyler Says:

    i want to procreate with her (assuming shes 18). our kids would be normal height and pretty good at basketball.

    thats sick though…25 blocks

  7. indeedindeed Says:

    isn’t it always funny after a high school dunk how one kid always takes the celebrations way too far?

    that was always me, by the way.

  8. indeedindeed Says:

    also, i’d like to see her take at least one eight foot jumper.

  9. Meghan Says:

    She was 6’3″ as a freshman (who had never played basketball before) and is now 6’8″ as a senior. she still has puppy feet – looks like she could grow another five inches! unbelievable.

  10. indeedindeed Says:

    and she’s very athletic and controlled. awesome.

  11. zachary Says:

    she looks like the opposite of you on a 7 foot rim, athletic and controlled.

    ooooooooooo

  12. indeedindeed Says:

    i’m the d.howard of seven foot rims.

  13. reese Says:

    wow, very effortless sorta like me knocking u out in dodgeball while draining half courters to get my jerry like teammates back in the game while richard kuklinski(look it up hes a freak,good book and interviews if uve never seen) was thinking of another dance routine for us

  14. indeedindeed Says:

    it’s not my fault everyone would catch my feather-like throws.

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