The Dragon was unleashed.
Earlier tonight Gerald Green reminded everyone why he has a reputation as one of the league's best dunkers.
Out on the fast break, Green took it straight at Mason Plumlee and dunked it right in his face.
Gerald Green's 41-point game was unexpected and thoroughly entertaining, just like the Phoenix Suns. How did we get here?
Ed. Note: We're very pleased to have the opportunity to bring you a one-on-one interview with Chris Douglas-Roberts. Longtime friend of the site, Fred Katz, had a lengthy chat over the phone with CDR this week. We've broken it up into three parts; this is the third part.
Gerald Green is having a pretty solid year out in Phoenix, but mostly everyone knows him for his dunking abilities. And in case you forgot about moments such as this and this, Green gave another testimony
Four months ago, it looked like the Phoenix Suns were packing their bags and getting ready to go down the dreaded one way road to tanking. No diversions. No pit-stops. No road blocks. Just straight tanking.
Not only did the Phoenix Suns top the Orlando Magic 104-96 on Sunday, but they also had one of the most exciting plays of the night. In the final minutes of the second quarter, the Suns forced a turnover
As we have heard, Gerald Green no longer wishes to be part of the Dunk Contest. Not to worry, NBA fans - Green doesn't need the stage of All-Star Weekend to prove that he is one of the best leapers in