Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Video: Detroit's Doug Anderson defies gravity with two alley oop dunks




Doug Anderson is a senior guard for the Detroit Titans basketball team. And Anderson may just be the best collegiate dunker you haven't heard of yet, until now.

The 6-foot-6 Michigan native displayed some major hang time during Detroit's 92-62 home victory over Cleveland State on Tuesday.

The first example of his dunking ability came just three minutes into the game when he received an alley oop pass from beyond the arc and then proceeded to sky high above the rim to slam it home. Notice on the slow-mo replay how the crown of his head is higher than the rim at one point during his flight.

Just four minutes later into the game, Anderson delivers yet another jaw-dropping dunk. He takes another alley oop while charging full speed at the basket and then finishes with a two-handed flush.

Anderson finished the game with nine points and three rebounds in 20 minutes of play. He is averaging 11.8 PPG and 4.7 RPG during the season overall.

Anderson spent the first two years of his college career at Mott Community College. According to his biography on the Titans website, he had a pair of his dunks featured on ESPN's Top 10 Plays during his stint at MCC.

Dare I say that one, if not both, of these will end on there too?

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