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Gerald Green has never been kind to rims.
Tuesday night against the Toronto Raptors, the Boston Celtics' high-flying forward was especially mean to the iron when All-Star point guard Isaiah Thomas floated a lob from the top of the key.
Green rocketed in and unloaded a downright nasty two-handed jam, extending Boston's lead to 95-87 with about eight minutes to go in the fourth quarter.
Al Horford's reaction said it all.