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Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by Tha Locstah, Feb 27, 2009.
YouTube - High School Girl Dunker
That is just wrong! LOL!
That's awesome!~ Is she his sister ?
My bad everyone!! I actually thought that WAS Tay!
Way to physical..........can she palm the ball and hold it out to her side?
This video updates the original one a year later. YouTube - High School Girl Dunker Continues To Dominate
There is absolutely NO WAY that this isn't footage dug up from Tay's High School dayz!
That's almost scary...she sorta sounds like him too
Her voice is deeper than mine. I'm cuter though.
She can dunk - big whoopdy freeking dooo. How good is she at draining the life out of a shot clock!
That was so rude...she's great tho. I seen that a couple months back and was takin back. I still am even when I watch it now and ya'll don't talk about my Hun Bun Tayshaun. I love him!!
Whoa....I thought you guys were makin that up....THAT....IS....TAY.
There is no way that's a girl.
On the first video it appeareed that one of her teammates was trying check in her shourts to see if she was a dude... I know Pat Summit and Gino Terretta (sp?) were probably sleeping outside her home trying to convince her to sign with the Tennesee or UCONN. She will probably play one year at Baylor before opting to WNBA. Maybe her voice will get higher at college..
of course you are. lol
That's pretty crazy. She has some good handles and finishing ability on non-dunks too. If the WNBA still exists when she gets out of college, she'll be a dominator.
MSU has 6'9" Allyssa DeHaan but she doesn't have that girls hops and can't dunk YouTube - Allyssa DeHaan Tries Dunking YouTube - Faces of the Big Ten: Allyssa DeHaan
That's about what I look like when I try dunking. Maybe I should wear a wig and post it on youtube! That other girl has longer arms too I would bet... and maybe a shorter neck.
Oh, I thought it was the little woman who was going to dunk.
She makes it look easy. Regardless, she'll dominate Europe. That's where almost all WNBA players earn their living anyways.
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