This Double-Alley-Oop Slam Dunk Is Pretty Good I Guess—For High School Kids (Video)
You know that guy Andrew Wiggins, who everyone said was going to be the #1 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft even before he stepped onto the floor of the Kansas Jayhawks’ practice facility this summer?
Well, despite hailing from Toronto, Canada, Wiggins graduated high school from Huntington Prep in West Virginia. Huntington is basically a basketball prospect factory. It was founded in 2009 by head coach Rob Fullford, and since then it’s done nothing but churn out Division I player after Division I player. Kids transfer to Huntington from all over the world just to enhance their shot at making it big in basketball.
I mention all this just to set up the following video of a double-alley-oop dunk. It’s from Huntington’s recent 127-47 throttling of The Miami Valley School, and it’s kind of ridiculous.
Take a look:
Obviously, the players and coaches at Huntington do not take their foot off the petal. In fact, taking their foot off the petal is pretty much impossible. When they’re up 50 points on a team like The Miami Valley School, they can take their starters out of the game, but the second stringers would be stars anywhere else. So stuff like this happens.
Not bad, right?
Hat Tip – [Prep Rally]