After Clint Capela gets dunk on by Miles Bridges, the Atlanta Hawks are not happy. The dunk demoralizes the team and makes the Hawks even more desperate to win the Eastern Conference. Bridges had a perfect shot, so he jumped two-footed from inside the paint and landed a hammer blow over the Hawks’ big man. However, most replay angles don’t reveal the full impact of Bridges’ hammer blow.
Kobe Bryant dunks on Clint Capela
In the third quarter of the Lakers-Rockets game, Kobe Bryant showed off his dunk skills with a dunk over Clint Capela. The dunk left Capela in awe, and his teammates, including Dwight Howard, couldn’t contain their jubilation.
The dunk reminded Dwight Howard of a dunk he had back in 2004 against the Orlando Magic. Kobe Bryant was in the paint, and a pass from Jordan Clarkson allowed him to make the move. Once he got the ball, he dribbled past Trevor Ariza and into the paint. Capela tried to defend the dunk, but Bryant made a spectacular finish.
Kobe Bryant has been putting in the work recently, averaging 18.8 points, 4.5 assists, and 5.5 rebounds in his last six games. He’s shooting 48.9 percent from the field, which is better than he’s been since November. Bryant hit five-of-six shots in the third quarter against the Rockets, and he finished the game with 22 points. As a result, he was greeted with a standing ovation at the end of the game.
Kobe Bryant has finally announced that this is his final season in the NBA. He’s making his final appearance, and he did it with a dunk over Clint Capela. It was a perfect example of the brilliance that makes Kobe Bryant one of the most beloved athletes in the world.
Bryant’s dunk brought the Lakers’ bench to its feet, including Dwight Howard. He couldn’t help but smile at Kobe’s dunk. The crowd was in awe of the feat. Even Dwight Howard was surprised by it, while Nick Young looked like he had seen a ghost. Julius Randle almost hit the deck in shock. Denzel Washington and D’Angelo Russell were among the players who rushed onto the court to celebrate the dunk.
Despite being down 16 points in the first quarter, Bryant was able to keep the Lakers in the game. However, Houston won the game, and Harden had an outstanding game, scoring 25 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Dwight Howard finished with 16 points, 15 rebounds, and two blocks.
The dunk was Kobe Bryant’s first dunk of the season. The Houston Rockets pulled away from the Los Angeles Lakers, 107-87. Bryant’s dunk was a spectacular example of his dominance and his ability to dominate the game.
Miles Bridges’ dunk over Clint Capela
Miles Bridges’ dunk over Atlanta Hawks guard Clint Capela is a potential Dunk of the Year contender. The Charlotte Hornets forward was able to dunk over the leading shot blocker in the NBA this season, Capela. In addition to the dunk, Bridges finished with 23 points, seven rebounds, two assists, and one steal. Before Sunday’s game against the Hawks, Bridges had 58 dunks in the entire season.
With four minutes left in the game, the Hornets led 97-94. Bridges swung his arm through the hoop to create an energizing dunk over Capela. He was fired up and smiled through his face mask.
Miles Bridges’ dunk over Capela was one of the most memorable dunks in recent NBA history. The dunk was an explosive finish to an amazing game. Capela and Bridges’ teammates did their part to make the dunk happen. The dunk was so good, that Curry was convinced the dunk had sealed the game. The Hawks eventually came back to win the game, 105-101.
Miles Bridges has been a big dunker since high school. He also had some high-flying moments as a Michigan State basketball player five years ago. This season, he has been enjoying a breakout season in the NBA. While he has improved in a few areas, his explosiveness is still a defining feature.
After his dunk over Capela on Sunday, NBA players began to speculate about dunks as the “Dunk of the Year” award. While many players believe Bridges’ slam trumps Anthony Edwards’ Vinsanity dunk, other contenders will make it hard to beat him.
Eric Collins, the Charlotte Hornets’ TV play-by-play announcer, called the dunk over Clint Capela with the same fervor as a pro wrestling main event. His hollering was well deserved. And the commentator was right. After a spectacular dunk, there was only one thing left to do: to cheer for Bridges. Regardless of the outcome, it was definitely a thrilling and memorable moment in the Charlotte Hornets’ series with the Los Angeles Lakers.
In his third NBA season, Bridges has found his zone. He’s taking better shots and is a more reliable scorer. While he may not be a starter in Charlotte, he has been making an impact on the team. He has a solid average of 10.4 points per game and 5.7 rebounds per game. His shooting percentage is also up.
clint capela’s detonation demoralizes Atlanta Hawks
Clint Capela has taken a massive step backwards since his reemergence last season, as he averaged just 11.1 points on 60.4 percent shooting from the field. This is a significant drop for a player who has had an extended offseason to work on his game. Capela is a crucial piece of the Hawks’ defense, which is fifth in the league.
Capela has struggled to finish at the rim. Last season, he averaged only 11.1 points, while his offensive rebounds and free throw attempts plummeted. His free throw percentage also went down – from 0.7 percent last season to -0.6%.
Despite this disappointing start to the season, Capela led the NBA in rebounding and formed an impressive 1-2 punch with Trae Young. His emergence as an elite rebounder has spurred the Hawks into signing him to a two-year contract extension. Despite the extension, the forward admitted he was not excited about the offseason. He also mentioned a nagging heel injury that hampered his performance.
The Hawks need to upgrade their roster and Capela will likely be traded next month. The Hawks are expected to consider moving Capela for a young player like Onyeka Okongwu. Okongwu is smaller than Capela, but he provides valuable value on a rookie contract.
The Atlanta Hawks are facing a difficult test in the first round of the playoffs. Clint Capela’s injury occurred in the Play-In game against the Cavaliers and will not be available for Game 1. After MRI findings, the Hawks will have to settle for Game 2 against the Miami Heat.
Despite their recent struggles, the Atlanta Hawks have an excellent chance to make the playoffs again this season. The team is a contender in the East, but it will have to prove itself. After all, the team has a young star in Trae Young. The team is 26-30 and tied with the Washington Wizards for the 10th seed in the Eastern Conference.