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Topic - Jeremy Evans
Down three starters and behind by 20 points in the fourth quarter, the Sacramento Kings tried to foul their way back into the game.
The 6-foot-6 Toronto rookie leapfrogged Michael Costolo, the son of Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, whipped the ball between his legs and hammered home a one-handed dunk to beat defending champion Jeremy Evans in the climax to All-Star Saturday.
All-Star Saturday Night has become more than just a preview to the main event, Sunday night's All-Star game. It's now a four-event talent showcase, highlighted by the Slam Dunk contest.
His nickname is the Human Pogo Stick and Utah's Jeremy Evans set out to put some bounce back into the Slam Dunk Contest.
Utah's Jeremy Evans won the Slam Dunk Contest at the NBA's All-Star Saturday night festivities.
"People didn't really know who I was. Hopefully, now they'll know my name," Evans said.
"Just coming our here and seeing the star players, you want to be in their footsteps," said Jeremy Evans of the Utah Jazz, who won the contest with a dunk McGee did last year, using two balls.