Have you ever noticed how much Tyson Chandler likes to swing his arms? It’s a tendency he’s displayed throughout his entire career, from Chicago to New York. Whether he’s dunking the ball, blocking a shot, or being demonstrative after dunking the ball or blocking a shot, Tyson’s rangy arms seem to be caught in a state of perpetual, frenetic motion. It actually makes him pretty intimidating, and for opposing players such as Jan Vesely these arms represent a legitimate hazard. For example… last night, Chandler used these arms to posterize the aforementioned Vesely, then smack him in the side of the head.
The smack actually occurred on a different play—one where Chandler was fouled by Vesely—which, unfortunately, is not on Youtube.
So basically, Jan, don’t go near Tyson Chandler, no matter the reason nor the circumstances. You’re basically asking to get hurt, humiliated, or both.
ALSO, I'm adding Terrence Jones to the list for this dunk
over Hasheem Thabeet. It happened on that day where Gerald Green would've won but there was no video.
-Dunk rating on the Starbury Nastiness Scale-
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-Benjamin Eze (1)
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