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Some of the dunks in this vid are just insanity. 56" vert - 5'10" doing free throw line dunks...Insane.
His name is Kadour Ziani.Hes a french dunker from algeria. He's 5 foot 10 and has a 56 inch vertical leap.
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Holy shit. . . how is that even possible. . . lol
and I'm stealing this by the way. . .
This dude has insane hops, but I'm not buying the 5-10 part. He looks to be about 6-1 or 6-2. Wonder if they say 5-10 to hype him up even more. Hell, I'm impressed, either way.
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He has his foot on the rim in the last picture before the video starts!
That dude is a better dunker than anyone in the NBA currently outside of maybe Blake Griffin.
I saw Kadour Ziani for the first time online about 6-7 years ago and I was totally blown away. Just a crazy, crazy athlete.
Also not buying the 56 inch vertical though. Just seems to be a bit much.
And while we're talking about dunkers, one of the most underrated of all time – James White
James White jumps from behind the free throw line and throws the ball down. Includes exclusive DX-Mo slow-motion footage courtesy of http://www.DraftExpress.com
And another. Wow:
James White takes off from just inside of the free throw line and does a one-handed windmill dunk. Includes exclusive DX-Mo slow-motion footage courtesy of http://www.DraftExpress.com
I don't know man. If he's 5'10 and his head was over the rim at least a couple of inches on several of those dunks that means he's jumping 4 foot and 4 inches that accounts for about 52 inches. Now that might be with a run but I'm guessing his vertical really is 50+ inches.
Man, no love for James White???
He took off about a step behind the free throw line on that first one!
This post was edited by Chris Fisher 2 years ago
Many people used to claim to take off from the free throw line but in actuality most (including Dr Dunk himself -Darrell Griffith) stepped over the line. White's dunk is very impressive.
5 ft. 10 is 70 inches plus 56 vertical equals 126 inches. i never seen his head get 6 inches above the rim. he may have pulled himself up some by hanging on the rim.
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