David Lee, Chase Budinger and Others Who Prove That The White Man Can Jump

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David Lee, Chase Budinger and Others Who Prove That The White Man Can Jump
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For decades the "fact" that white athletes are generally slower and less athletic than others has been widely accepted.  In 1992 the film "White Men Can't Jump" gave us a new saying, made millions of dollars, and featured a scene in which Woody Harrelson threw down a poorly edited alley-oop from Wesley Snipes (and the pass actually looks more awkward than the finish).  

 

Woody provides a horrible counter to the saying "White Men Can't Jump" but there are some real life ballers who prove it wrong.

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