Larry Nance Jr. Reprises Dad’s 1984 Dunk

On the one hand, this is cool. On the other, it's just another sign of how damned old I am. I graduated high school in 1984. 

On the one hand, this is cool:

On the other, it’s just another sign of how damned old I am. I graduated high school in 1984.

By the way, his other dunk wasn’t bad, either:

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Comments

  1. Mister Bluster says:

    On the other, it’s just another sign of how damned old I am.
    I graduated high school in 1984.

    You whippersnapper!
    I graduated from High School in 1966.
    “and there’s Rick Barry, the NBA’s Rookie of the Year. He’s great!”

    I was living in San Francisco in 1975. The year the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Title.
    Rumor had it that Rick Barry could hit 10 out of 10 free throws…blindfolded.