Texas Tech Freshman Jordan Jackson Throws Down A Monster Dunk Off A Missed Free Throw
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Check out Texas Tech freshman Jordan Jackson, the son of basketball legend Sheryl Swoopes and one of my favorite high flyers out of the H-Town area, redeeming himself after a missed free throw by throwing down a vicious 2 hand dunk on a Carleton defender.
The most surprising thing about this play is Jordan – like Michael Jordan – rarely dunks with 2 hands and this Jordan also rarely jumps off 2 feet on his game dunks. But what doesn’t surprise me is it seems everytime Jordan throws down a poster dunk we get a nosebleed view of it or a ref walks in front of the camera.
One More Look at Jordan’s dunk against the Ravens…did a drone shoot this or is this a security camera?
— TexasTech Basketball (@TexasTechMBB) August 20, 2015