Deron Williams pulls off rare dunk as Brooklyn Nets have their way with Cleveland Cavaliers
NETS 113, CAVALIERS 95
CLEVELAND - Deron Williams crossed up his opponent deftly and quickly, completing a first for him during this roller-coaster season: a slam dunk.
Yes, the Cleveland defense expertly played the role of Swiss Cheese all Wednesday night. And yes, the play represented only two points and a rather bland one-handed conversion in a 113-95 laugher over the hapless Cavaliers.
But it was a significant step for a player who is so rejuvenated that he not only dunked for the first time as a Brooklyn Net, he also revealed he won't need those expected cortisone shots to prepare for... read more
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