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Kwame Alexander Video: Watch Cal State Bernardino's Thunderous Jam

Eric BallFeatured ColumnistFebruary 14, 2012

If you’re a basketball fan, an awesome dunk is an awesome dunk.

Just because it’s Division II doesn’t mean it’s any less awesome. Keep that in mind as you watch this insane highlight by Kwame Alexander of Cal State Bernardino.

Off a steal, his point guard jets out on the fast break and delivers a crisp bounce pass to Alexander. The 6’7’’ forward proceeds to take off from about two feet inside the free-throw line without dribbling and does his best Air Jordan impression.

With an idiot from the other team standing in his way, Alexander almost jumps completely over the defender and throws down one nasty jam. The other guy falls to the ground in disbelief. Possibly my favorite part of the video is the opposing team’s coach on the sideline trying to demand a charge from the ref.

The kid didn’t even get touched and simply fell down on his very own. There was literally no contact between the two.

This isn’t the first highlight reel dunk from Alexander. Just earlier this month he literally brought the backboard down with a thunderous slam.

It’s tough to get noticed when you play in D-II but Alexander is doing the best job he can to get noticed by all of the masses.

Right now he’s doing one heck of a job.

The junior from Rancho Verde High School in Moreno Valley has the athleticism to potentially land in the NBA someday—just don’t expect him to be jumping over anybody standing in his way. 

 

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