Friday, June 2 2023

With two players in the NBA’s upper echelon of superstars in star wings Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, the Boston Celtics have had no shortage of dramatic flushes this season. And with big man Robert Williams III looking more like his usual bouncy stuff and even deep rotation players like reserve forward Sam Hauser and veteran big man Sam Hauser showing they too have some hops to deploy in key situations, the Celtics have been dunking all over the league.

So it ought not to come as a big surprise that Boston has been well-represented in the NBA’s official video of the top 100 dunks of the 2022-23 season.

Be warned, intrepid viewer, that the extended highlight reel starts out with a slam dunk ON the Celtics by one Joel Embiid in a tilt with the Philadelphia 76ers.

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But don’t give up on that forgettable flush — power through and you will see Jayson Tatum laying down the hammer to get the Boston flushes underway.

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