VIDEO: Ray Allen hits the Spurs with the time machine dunk
Miami Heat guard Ray Allen dunks ferociously on a fast break in Game 1 against the Spurs.
Do not adjust your computer screens, smart phones, or television sets. There's no need to check the calendar to see what year it is. Miami Heat guard Ray Allen hit the San Antonio Spurs with the time machine dunk and looked a little like his Jesus Shuttlesworth character in "He Got Game" when he threw it down in the third quarter of Game 1.
There was quite a bit of frustration brewing for Allen. He had missed several wide-open shots in a row after netting his first couple shots from outside, and he needed something to wake up his shooting stroke. Perhaps this did it for him.
And he may have pushed off on Marco Belinelli there and by "may" I mean he definitely did.
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