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April 10, 2010 at 1:30 PM

Jon Brockman Never Dunked Liked This at Washington

Sacramento Kings rookies Jon Brockman and Donte Green competed in an impromptu dunk contest after the last practice of the season.
Brockman displayed leaping ability rarely seen during his four years with the Washington Huskies.
On his second to last attempt, the 6-foot-7, 255-pound power forward took off from just inside the free throw line and floated – that’s right floated – to the rim before flushing it home.
Earlier, Brockman leapt, moved the ball between his legs from left to right and hammered in dunk. Other dunks consisted of various windmills and mid-air acrobatics.
The dunk contest is almost dead at the NBA All-Star game, but maybe if Brockman entered it he could spice things up again.
ESPN ASSIGNS GRADES TO THE PAC-10:
— On it’s pay site, ESPN college basketball analyst Doug Gottlieb examines every major conference and gives letter grades to each team.
In the Pac-10, he doled out an A to Arizona State and A- to Washington and California. About UW, Gottlieb writes: “It took the Huskies half the season, but they finally figured it out late.”
Arizona, Stanford and USC received a C, Oregon, Oregon State and UCLA got a D and Washington State was the only school to earn a F.

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