JR Smith Tries to Fly in for Chase-Down Block, Claims He Got Dunked On

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Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistJuly 21, 2014

Most NBA players don't want to admit that they got dunked on, but J.R. Smith has no problem owning up to the humiliation—even if it never really happened.

The New York Knicks star recently had a rough couple of seconds during a Drew League game. While trying to drive to the basket, Smith was stripped of the ball. He then unsuccessfully tried to make a chase-down block on his opponent.

Trying to chase down an opponent and block a dunk from behind doesn't really count as getting dunked on. However, Smith owned up to it on Twitter after the game:

Does this count as getting dunked on?

[HMTextras, J.R. Smith; h/t That NBA Lottery Pick

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