This Dunker Tore His ACL & Dislocated His Knee Last Year…Look What He’s Doing Now!

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| May 15th, 2015 | 1,451 Views

Jonathan Clark was one of the highest jumping dunkers in the world and one of the only people in the world to actually be able to make a decent looking attempt at a 360 double between the legs dunk. Then in the summer of last year he tore his ACL, meniscus and dislocated his knee. He was looking at 6-8 months of recovery and most would just assume a couple of years until he’s back to doing his circus dunks.

Well, less than a year after his surgery, he’s back to doing his crazy circus dunks – like his trademark split over a person.


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