Jazz F Trevor Booker Flies Through Paint, Splits Defenders for Powerful Slam

December 8th, 2015 by Kyle Newport Leave a reply »

When Utah Jazz forward Trevor Booker (6'8", 228 pounds) gets a running start on a dunk, there's no stopping him.

Even if there are two defenders in the paint.

Near the end of the first quarter of Tuesday night's game, Booker caught a pass at the top of the key and immediately attacked the basket. The Jazz big man didn't let two Sacramento Kings defenders—Marco Belinelli and Rudy Gay—stop him from getting to the hoop. Instead, he split them as he flew through the paint.

There's just nothing the Kings could've done to keep Booker from slamming the ball home on that drive.

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