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1) Theres just something so satisfying about watching a guy whos 59 dunk like hes 8 inches taller. Joe Maddon Jersey . Adams State Universitys Josh Kioh takes flight with a bounce pass alley-oop 360. We dont know who soared in the air for longer, Kioh, or the kids flying around the gym after the destruction.2) Fans argue day and night about whos currently the best in-game dunker in the NBA (we here at Bar Down certainly do), and with one insane through the legs dunk, college player Brandon Peters can enter the conversation. Dont agree? Check the slow-mo.3) Well admit, the first time we watched this the handspring at the beginning kind of looked like a gimmick. But upon review, we realized the handspring pretty much means dunker Justin Darlington is essentially doing a through the legs from flat with no run up. Yikes! 4) We already loved the dunk, but add a clip from the movie Friday and youve got yourself one of the best Vine dunks going. A through the legs dunk off a wall? "Daaaaaamn" indeed.5) Okay, so earlier we said props were kind of lame, but lets reiterate. Props are lame, unless that prop is FIRE. A very odd choice of music considering the obvious choice shouldve been the menu music from NBA Jam, featuring announcer Tim Kitzrow yelling "HES ON FIRE."6) Forget what you heard, good things come in twos. Kenny Dobbs makes his second appearance on the list with a Vine that includes two dunks, and a dunk that includes two basketballs. 7) Sometimes the beauty of a dunk doesnt come from the technicality, but simply from how stylish it looks. This reverse dunk looks wildly out of control as soon as the dunker takes off, but thats what makes it so amazing. If any dunking video needs plane sound effects, its this one.8) At one point in this Vine the ball looks like its 20 feet in the air, which is approximately the height high schooler Javonte Douglas reaches to finish the put back slam. Hyperbole? Maybe. Insanity? Definitely.9) Justin Darlington makes his second appearance on this list, and all it took was an under the legs dunk over someone. You may still be questioning his first dunk, but consider this, Darlington can jump so high he can sit on top of your head without the use of his hands.10) We end our list on a light note. Some of you may remember the "dunk cam" craze that took over vine last year, but for those of you that dont all I can ask is, "why are you disturbing my class?" Hope you enjoyed our list, and try your best not to get dunked on unexpectedly, because the dunk cam might be watching! Tampa Bay Rays Store . Bozak and Clarkson suffered the injuries in pre-training camp workouts, according to Carlyle, who said they made "small amounts of improvement" from Friday to Saturday. After the players were deemed less than 100 per cent by doctors after Thursdays medical testing, the Leafs held them out of on-ice testing and are being cautious. Austin Meadows Rays Jersey . While plenty of statistics illustrate Torontos turnaround in the second year of manager Ryan Nelsens tenure, stopping goals is not one of them. .ca. Kerry, In Mondays Habs/Bruins game, there were three questionable/brutal calls against the Habs late in the game - Tomas Plekanec, then Douglas Murray, then Brendan Gallagher.CINCINNATI, Ohio -- The Cincinnati Reds used a well-rounded effort to end their losing streak on Saturday. Jay Bruce homered and drove in three runs and the Reds snapped a three-game losing streak with a 6-5 win over the Phillies. Todd Frazier also homered and the Reds played strong defence, throwing out two runners at the plate to end innings and overcome homers by Marlon Byrd, Carlos Ruiz and Jimmy Rollins to send the Phillies to their seventh loss in eight games. "Talk about a complete game," first-year manager Bryan Price said. "Those two perfectly executed relay throws were a big deal. We had a lot of good things, defensively and offensively." Centre fielder Billy Hamilton, second baseman Brandon Phillips and catcher Devin Mesoraco teamed up to throw out Byrd at the plate to end the sixth inning and Ruiz to end the seventh. "Those are fun plays," Mesoraco said. "Those are always my most fun plays. You certainly dont want to give up the doubles to get into that position." Alfredo Simon (8-3) allowed seven hits and three runs with three strikeouts in six innings. Jonathon Broxton pitched a scoreless eighth inning and Aroldis Chapman pitched the ninth for his eighth save. The Reds wasted no time snapping their 17-inning scoreless streak, scoring in the first inning. Hamilton drew a leadoff walk, stole second on the first pitch to Skip Schumaker and hustled to third on Schumakers groundout to Rollins at shortstop, setting up Bruces sacrifice fly. "As a team, you need the small things," Bruce said. "Those are what lead to the bigger things." The Phillies answered with Byrds two-run homer in the second, his ninth of the season. Frazier led off the bottom of the second with his team-leading 13th homer of the season, giving him home runs in three of his past four games. Frazier sparked Cincinnatis fourth-inning go-ahead rally with a single to right field and stolen base. Zack Cozart drove him in with a sinking line drive to right-centre field that Ben Revere got a glove on with a diving try before the ball trickled away. Cozart went to third on Ramon Santiagos single and scored on Hamiltons sacrifice fly. The Phillies threatened in the fifth, getting runners to second and third with one out, prompting manager Ryne Sandberg to pinch-hit John Maybberry Jr. Peter Fairbanks Jersey. for starting pitcher Roberto Hernandez. Hernandez (2-4), is 0-3 in seven starts since his most recent win on May 4, allowed four hits and four runs with three walks and two strikeouts in four innings. He also hit a batter. Bruce followed Brandon Phillips fifth-inning leadoff walk with his fourth homer of the season and first since April 20 against the Cubs in Chicago. The homer was his first in Cincinnati since April 3 and the 100th of his career at Great American Ball Park. "Thats one of those things I knew was coming," Bruce said. "You just have to keep on keeping on. Ive been trying to keep the same approach. It felt good to put a good swing on a pitch I should have driven." Ruiz led off the sixth with his second homer of the season, and Rollins hit a two-run shot in the seventh, his eighth homer of the season and second in two days. Byrd was thrown out on a double on Domonic Browns double to right-centre field. He collided with Mesoraco, prompting umpire crew chief Tom Hallion to ask for a review to make sure Major League Baseballs new rules governing plays at the plate werent violated. "I cant give you an educated response because I dont know what the rule is," Byrd said. "I was waiting for a lane. I was going to slide outside and get my hand in" When the replay confirmed the initial ruling, Sandberg came out of the dugout to argue, which is automatic grounds for ejection. The umpires tried to wave him back into the dugout, and Hallion ejected Sandberg when he persisted. "My argument was the catcher blocked the plate before he had the ball," Sandberg said. "Byrd almost twisted his ankle with indecision. It has gone against us three times with different scenarios. Everyone wants to know what the rule is." Notes: Reds 1B Joey Votto will begin an injury rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville on Sunday. Votto hasnt played since going on the disabled list on May 21, retroactive to May 16, with a quadriceps strain in his left knee, the same knee on which he had two surgeries in 2012. ... Bruces walk in the third inning was his first in 16 games since he was walked three times by Milwaukee on May 1. ... Sandbergs ejection was the first of his managerial career. ... Rollins needs six hits to pass Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt and become Philadelphias career hits leader. ' ' '