WATCH: High-schooler dunks from behind free-throw line
How often do you see dunks from the free-throw line where guys actually take off from inside the line? Not high schooler Shelby McEwen, who legitimately took off behind the line and still slammed it home.
Eat your hearts out Michael Jordan and Dr. J, here's a dunk from behind the free-throw line.
In one epic dunk contest, Mississippi high schooler Shelby McEwan won the day by taking off from the free-throw line for the left-handed flush. And when we say take off from the free-throw line, we mean it (the dunk is at the 40-second mark in video).
There was no sneaking half a foot inside the line and saying it's from the free-throw line as we often see, this was a last step from legitimately behind the line and still enough air to finish. That might be as close to flying as a person gets.
In fact, the show was full of sick slams.
As good as those are, it's still little wonder why McEwen stole the show.
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