Jazz’s Jeremy Evans falls short of Slam Dunk win, but leaves his mark
NBA » Jazz reserve dunks over his painting of himself dunking.
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"I really hadn’t had the experience of someone flying over the top of me before in my life," said Eaton, who was already in Houston for retired player events.
And while Ross won after dunking in a Vince Carter jersey and then over a ball boy, few performances were more talked about than Evans and his painting.
After revealing an image of himself performing the very dunk he had just executed, Evans was handed a silver marker. He scribbled onto the upper left corner and stepped back, leaving his special signature on another Slam Dunk Contest.
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