Justin Anderson Flies In For 2 Putback Dunks Back to Back!

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Justin Anderson with 2 big back to back outback dunks in the 3rd quarter against the Golden State Warriors.

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20 thoughts on “Justin Anderson Flies In For 2 Putback Dunks Back to Back!”

  1. The sounds coming out of Justin Anderson while performing these dunks were just awesome and especially after those continuous replays :P! "ei eiiiiiiiii" and "Blouahhhhhhhhhhh"

  2. Hopefully his game becomes well rounded he can be a bad man in this league, he already has offensive and defensive energy that changes games. Last night was the first game of his career where he handled the ball like that, he literally was the PG at one point and logged 41 minutes. The mavs will need him to do everything he can at different moments especially a night like yesterday where Barea was rested while Harris and Williams are already out. That left no real PG which is why Seth started at the 1 ( he def can play both pos just hard to do in system that has no chemistry yet).

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