In The Air Tonight: Warriors unleash dunkfest on Timberwolves

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The Golden State Warriors ruined the game of basketball by mastering the art of deep shooting, revolutionizing the sport and warping the consciousness of hoopers around the globe.

But the Warriors also have a legacy of ferocious dunkers woven into their DNA, epitomized by Dub Nation HQ friend Jason Richardson.

The two-time slam dunk champion kept the Warriors relevant through the lean years with a nightly collection of jams that combined prodigious athleticism, daring creativity, and straight up disrespect. He was in Chase Center last night RANGING THE BELL, and boy did those Dubs hear the call to dunkery.

Let’s check the dunk buffet the Warriors fed the Minnesota Timberwolves last night in a thrilling 123-110 victory.

Baby Faced Assassin lobs to Young Glove

I did not see the angle for this alley oop real time because 1.) Steph already had the step on former teammate D’Angelo Russell (not exactly known as a elite defender) 2.) Gary Payton was the shortest man in the picture, normally this is territory for a 6-foot-7 dude to maybe dunk, not a lil’ guard!

I was wrong. KABLAM! Steph was so hyped he did a 40-yard dash after the play. He truly celebrates his teammate’s success more than his own #joy.

Can anyone stop this play?

Golden State seems to nail this action once a night, and each time the defense looks completely out of sorts. Probably because it involves THE SHORTEST MAN ON THE COURT GETTING UP LIKE PRIME DWIGHT HOWARD.


Our old pal D’Lo got us back with this nice lob to Anthony Edwards. The Ant Man deserves some love here for his insane scoring binge (career-high 48 points) and this crazy move. He’s eye level with the rim!! Minnesota sure knows how to draft some leapers.

Speaking of leapers who started as rookies in Minnesota, how about Andrew Wiggins, eh? Only Phil Collins can help me describe what Wiggins did to his former team last night.


Well, if you told me you were drowning
I would not lend a hand
I've seen your face before my friend
But I don't know if you know who I am

Well I remember, I remember don't worry
How could I ever forget
It's the first time, the last time we ever met
But I know the reason why you keep this silence up
No you don't fool me
The hurt doesn't show, but the pain still grows
It's no stranger to you and meeeee

Alright folks that’s my time, I gotta go hit the gym and work on my calf raises so I can elevate like what we witnessed together. If you say the magic word, we just might drop another E1P from the legend Eric Apricot today…