Andy Avgi, of Oregon’s Woodburn High School, Delivers the Most Underwhelming Backboard Shattering Dunk in Recorded History

Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 5:16 pm ET

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Listen, Frump doesn’t shy away from the dunk shot — especially the ones that result in the destruction of school property. We love such things around here. In fact, we’ve even compiled several classic examples for you after the jump, but that’s neither here nor there.

This one just left me with that “ehhh” feeling, you know? And before anyone tries to employ the “I’d like to see you try it” line of logic, for the record, I have been known to dunk in the past (tennis balls). Not to mention bust up some rims and backboards in my prime (adjustable, fiberglass ones; typically set to about 9 feet or so).

So…

Hey, remember that kid Kevin Love?

How about Daniel Orton?

Christian Morris, anyone?

How about this guy?

And who could forget Nate VanArendonk?

Or Richard Nelson?

Elijah Jones?

What about these two guys?

Or these three guys?

Rank their appeal however you like, but I’m pretty sure those kids all had at least one thing in common: The help of Ahda Roomsman.

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One Response to “Andy Avgi, of Oregon’s Woodburn High School, Delivers the Most Underwhelming Backboard Shattering Dunk in Recorded History”

  1. Steven Says:

    Mail it in, Jerome. RT @YieldToFrump Probably the most underwhelming backboard-shattering dunk of all time. http://bit.ly/gYgYVu

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