Terrance “2K” Ferguson Throws Down A 5-Point Play Dunk

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| April 30th, 2016 | 6,946 Views


Terrance Ferguson didn’t earn the nickname “2K” because he does things we expect humans to be able to do in “reality.” The Arizona bound high-flying, 3-point shooting, lock down defender is nicknamed after a video game because he does video game type stuff like the video above.

The “5-Point Play” dunk was first done by professional dunk legend Guy Dupuy earlier in the month. Then during the Ballislife All-American game practice on Friday, 2K was challenged to pull off the take-that-Aaron-Gordon-and-Zach-LaVine-worthy dunk, and he pulled it off….on just 3 attempts. Most people would take 3 attempts just to make the off the backboard 3-pointer.

Hopefully he pulls it off today in the All-American dunk contest, then in the NCAA contest and then in the NBA dunk contest. Even better, if he does all that while pulling off Guy Dupuy’s upgrade.

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