How many dunk contests did Jordan?

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How many dunk contests did Jordan?

Michael Jordan among five two-time Slam Dunk Contest winners.

Why is Gerald Green called the four fingered assassin?

It embraces his cold and calm attitude on the offensive end and his ability to strike at any second with an acrobatic dunk that brings the crowd to its feet and the opposition to its knees. Oh, and the nickname has Gerald’s approval.

Was the dunk contest rigged?

The 2020 NBA dunk contest might’ve been rigged. As a spectator, there’s just no way Aaron Gordon dunking over 7’5 Tacko Fall didn’t deserve a perfect score. (It received a 47-out-of-50, one point worse than champion Derrick Jones, Jr.) But we also have incriminating evidence.

What is Gerald Green salary?

1.411 million USD (2016)
Gerald Green/Salary

What did Gerald Green do in the Slam Dunk Contest?

At the 2008 NBA Slam Dunk Contest, Green opened the competition with a dunk he called “The Birthday Cake” in which he blew out a birthday candle on a cupcake set on the back of the rim while dunking. He followed that up with an alley-oop two-handed windmill.

When did Gerald Green re-sign with the Rockets?

On July 22, 2019, Green re-signed with the Houston Rockets. On October 28, the Rockets announced that Green had undergone surgery to repair a broken bone in his left foot and would be sidelined for approximately six months. On February 5, 2020, the Rockets traded Green to the Denver Nuggets in a four-team trade.

When did Gerald Green get recalled to the NBA?

He was recalled and activated to an NBA roster position on February 3. He was reassigned to the NBDL, to the Florida Flame, on February 16. He was recalled and activated again on February 21, and saw his first significant NBA game action on the following night, scoring 13 points and grabbing 9 rebounds in 23 minutes.

Where did Gerald Green play in the summer league?

In the Vegas Summer League he averaged an underwhelming 13.3 ppg and 3.8 rpg on 38% shooting from the field. On a bright note, he was 43% from beyond the arc. Following the Vegas Summer League, the Mavericks and Green participated in the Rocky Mountain Revue, a summer league held in Salt Lake City, Utah.