Terrance “2k” Ferguson Windmills From The FT Line! Wins 2016 Ballislife All-American Dunk Contest
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Terrance “2k” Ferguson didn’t knock down the “5-Point Play” dunk which he flawlessly executed during practice the day before, but the Arizona bound high-flyer did execute a windmill from the free throw line, finally won a high school dunk contest and showed why there’s probably a NCAA and (at least 1) NBA dunk contest championship in his (very) near future.
The 2016 Ballislife All-American dunk contest presented by Eastbay also featured some impressive dunks by Miles Bridges, Kwe Parker, Rawle Alkins, Troy Baxter and Sam Cunliffe. The Russian judges were played by an Eastbay rep, former NBA player Ronny Turiaf, the lovely Alexis Morgan, youtube sensation Jesser the Lazer and 7’6 Mamadou Ndiaye, who got dunked on by Bridges during the contest and dunked over by pro dunker Myree “Reemix” Bowden later on in the night.