SALT LAKE CITY — For a while Thursday, a slam by a Utah Jazz player was the talk of the night, but, surprisingly, the much-ballihooed dunk wasn’t made by Donovan Mitchell.
Spida stole the show later in the game, but Joe Ingles — of course — sent shockwaves around Jazzland with a rare dunk earlier in Utah’s blowout win over Minnesota. His left-handed jam was set up by Raul Neto on a fast break that started when Kyle Korver tapped an errant T-Wolves pass away.
Joe Ingles living the dunk life pic.twitter.com/Hbf3kaeFZb
— The Render (@TheRenderNBA) March 15, 2019
Jazz fans went berserk over Ingles’ second dunk of the season and just the 19th dunk of his 392-game NBA career, tweeting out alerts and using a lot of exclamation marks while taking note of the rare sighting.
It remains to be seen if the oft-below-the-rim Ingles shows up wearing a “DUNK LIFE” T-shirt like he did after stuffing one in last spring.
Joe Ingles is about that Dunk Life!
(Via @talkhoops) pic.twitter.com/NHehPkk9mC
— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) April 9, 2018
Even Mitchell said he’d give Ingles credit for having the better dunk on this night.
“I’m going to give Joe it for …read more
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