Recently Retired Kenyon Martin Played in A Taiwan All-Star Game

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| October 18th, 2015 | 2,406 Views

Back in July the Oak Cliff Bully Kenyon Martin announced his retirement after 15 great years in the league.  Earlier this month, the 37 year old Martin laced up the sneakers to join former NBA players like Chauncey Billups and high-flyers like Guy Dupuy aka Mr ESPN in an All-Star Classic in Taiwan.

The US team won 110-95 behind 30 from Pat the Roc and 24 from Dupuy. Kenyon Martin had 10 points & Billups 15.  If you were wondering why they call Dupuy Mr. ESPN then check out this crazy between the legs dunk from the game.

Or watch Zach LaVine  & Julius Randle freak out watching Guy pull off a behind the back dunk over a car at this past summer’s City Slam dunk contest.

Chauncey Billups, Guy “Mr ESPN” Dupuy & Kenyon Martin

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If you want to see Mr ESPN in action, be sure to watch the live stream of the Eastbay Funk Dunk Contest on October 24th.  You can go to for more info.
Here’s the 8 contestants.


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