Ross on Dunk Contest: 'I Don't Think Too Many People Know What I'm Capable Of'

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Ross on Dunk Contest: 'I Don't Think Too Many People Know What I'm Capable Of'
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When the six competitors in the 2013 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest at All-Star Weekend were announced last Thursday, the lion's share of NBA fans' attention went to the presence of Indiana Pacers wing Gerald Green, who won the 2007 competition and brought us the iconic "Birthday Cake" dunk the following year, and New York Knicks swingman James White, who's built a reputation as arguably the best dunker in the world over the past decade. Compared to Green and White, the third member of the Eastern Conference's dunk team — Toronto Raptors rookie Terrence Ross — has kind of flown under the radar, despite authoring some of this NBA season's finest in-game throwdowns. And apparently, that's just the way the 22-year-old shooting guard likes it.

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