5’5 Porter Maberry dunks over a 6’8 guy | Best of Under 5’10 dunkers

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| December 23rd, 2012 | 5,328 Views

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5’9 Nate Robinson jumping over (with a little push off) 6’11 Dwight Howard in the NBA dunk contest was very impressive but watching 5’5 Porter Maberry clear a 6’8 guy is just amazing.  We might only be talking about a 1 inch difference between the two dunks but when talking about the height of a dunker, every inch under 5’10 is like adding 2-3 inches to the height of the guy he’s jumping over.    How many people can you think of under 5’10 that can even dunk?  Spudd Webb, Nate Robinson, Air Nigeria (5’8 Sprite Showdown dunker), James Justice (5’9 NCAA contest winner) and Porter aka What’s Gravity.

Check out the following vids of gravity being challenged by a few of the names mentioned above including Porter who made LeBron jump up in the barbershop.

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