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Drew League player jumps over Pooh Jeter to dunk

Posted on: June 13, 2011 2:01 pm
Edited on: June 13, 2011 2:09 pm
 
Tim McGrath jumps over Pooh Jeter to dunk in a Drew League summer game. Posted by Ben Golliver.

Sure, this isn't quite Vince Carter over Frederic Weis, but there are similar elements.

The most important similarity? One basketball player jumps completely over another basketball player to cleanly finish a dunk.

Sure, this is just the Southern California Drew League and not the Olympics. And, yes, the player getting cleared is Sacramento Kings guard Pooh Jeter, who isn't a seven-footer by any means, as he's listed at 5'11".

But this dunk is still ridiculous, as Tim McGrath, a guard for Cal State Dominguez Hills, completely clears Jeter in transition to throw down a finish. No wonder he's nicknamed "Vanilla Sky" according to DimeMag.com. In case you're wondering, McGrath is listed at 6'5".

Jeter was a 27-year-old rookie for the Kings this in 2010-2011, averaging 4.1 points and 2.6 assists.  The Kings have a team option for him next season.

Here's the video via YouTube user HoopMixtape


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