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November 20, 2008 at 12:05 PM

Sue Bird feeds Sylvia Fowles for possible first EuroLeague dunk

The stats haven’t trickled out on the Web, maybe Polish center Margo Dydek has dunked in a EuroLeague game, but history is believed to have been made Wednesday when Storm PG Sue Bird picked up a loose ball and dished ahead to Sylvia Fowles (Chicago) for a one-handed slam. The splashy bucket was part of Fowles’ 19 points in a 70-62 win.
Fowles joined Bird and Storm PF Lauren Jackson on the defending EuroLeague Champion Spartak Moscow team this offseason. Fowles, who rebounded from a knee injury to appear in 17 WNBA games last summer, is third in Euro scoring at 18.5 and third in rebounding (11.4).
But it’s all about the dunk. Check it out:
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