Andrew Bogut Hits The Brakes, Wisely Doesn’t Try To Challenge Jordan Clarkson’s Dunk
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Andrew Bogut thought about it for a second. He even started to wind up as if he was going to try to block Jordan Clarkson. But as soon as Clarkson left the ground, Bogut wisely hit the brakes and stayed on the ground as Clarkson threw down a 1-hand tomahawk dunk.
I think the aggression on the dunk was from getting put on skates by Devin Harris at the end of the first quarter.