16YO Alabama Commit Terrance “2K” Ferguson Attempts a Reverse Dunk From Near The Free Throw Line…
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When we said high school high flyer Terrance “2K” Ferguson had video game bounce we didn’t mean he had NBA Jam video game bounce. But the 6’7 University of Alabama commit still tried to pull off a NBA Jam worthy dunk in the vine clip above by attempting a reverse double pump dunk from near the free throw line. A dunk not even Derrick Jones would attempt and he recently pulled off a between the legs dunk from near the charity stripe.
But don’t think the 16 year old Ferguson can’t hold his own against the 2015 Ballislife All-American dunk contest winner. Here’s footage of the two taking turns throwing down windmill dunks from the line.
And here’s 2K throwing down a 360 scoop off the side of the backboard! I repeat, he threw down a 360 scoop off the side of the backboard.
And don’t think he’s just one of those gym dunkers who can only pull off Reggie Miller type dunks in games. He not only throws down contest worthy dunks in games but has a jumper that would make Reggie Miller proud.