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Oregon Commit Jordan Bell Breaks Rim with Windmill Dunk (Video)
The people at the University of Oregon may want to install some stronger rims at Matthew Knight Arena before next season begins, because if the video below is any indication, the rims they currently have installed may not stand much of a chance once Jordan Bell joins the team.
Bell is one of the Ducks’ top commits for the 2013 season, but for now he finds himself dominating his high school competition while playing for Long Beach Polytechnic High School in Long Beach, California. And while taking part in the City of Palms Classic Basketball Tournament this week, he showed the world what he is capable of by snapping the rim in half with a thunderous windmill dunk during a quarterfinal match against Omaha Central.
Check it out:
Bell would go on to record 17 points, 14 rebounds and eight blocks during L.B. Polytechnic’s 52-49 victory. But it’s his two points from the video above that should have everyone at Eugene excited about the 6’7″ power forward’s arrival.
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