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Out Of Bounds: “In-Yo-Face!” Dunks

We’ve got all types of dunks, more late-summer fun from around the league and some new recommendations for the NBA’s logo courtesy of The Starters in tonight’s Out of Bounds!

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Hilarious Video of the Night

http://youtu.be/jUSGgeUazGM

Not than any of us are advocating for the NBA to change from the iconic picture of Jerry West on the dribble, but The Starters came up with a few funny alternatives to consider.

Great Live-Action Dunks

For those of us that weren’t around to catch this one live, the image of Dr. J rocking the cradle and jamming it over a very good defender in Michael Cooper lives on in infamy.

This dunk was so cold, it came with its own mini-documentary. Enough said.

Oh, Patrick. We feel for you.

If you’re old enough to have enjoyed 90’s basketball, then you know just how fierce and intense that Bulls vs. Knicks rivalry truly was.

From former victim to current teammate, Kobe once threw this ferocious dunk down and over his buddy Steve Nash back in the day.

This might technically get you an assault charge in certain states. Just nasty.

http://youtu.be/r0Yk_NFlSwY

You have to love teammate Jerry Stackhouse unintentionally assisting in Tracy McGrady posterizing Shawn Bradley with the gentle push in the back.

Instagrams of the Night

In today’s episode of, “well then what took you so long?”

RoLo is already in mid-season form! #RipCity

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Looks like Robin Lopez is already welcoming Chris Kaman to Portland.

Sixers.com caught up with the pound-for-pound “King” of Philly.

Steven Adams and Andre Roberson found the time to catch up with some of the lucky kids at a Thunder/Kia court dedication in Oklahoma City today.

Actual footage from what looked like a fun event in OKC.

Jabari Davis is a senior NBA Writer and Columnist for Basketball Insiders, covering the Pacific Division and NBA Social Media activity.

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