Watch Nick Young Throw Down over Big Man Larry Sanders in Sixers-Bucks Game

January 22nd, 2013 by Zach Buckley Leave a reply »
The Milwaukee Bucks have no longer been able to keep 24-year-old Larry Sanders a secret.

Not when the VCU product is throwing away so many shots that environmentalists have taken note.

The league-leading shot-blocker, with 3.2 blocks in less than 25 minutes per game, has erupted after a relatively quiet two seasons to open his NBA career.

Philadelphia 76ers super-sub Nick Young has apparently taken notice of Sanders' emergence.

But as Sanders found out on Monday night, that hasn't spurred Young to shy away from attacking the big man. Rather, it simply forced him to elevate his level of attack.

Literally.

I'm still recovering from that Nick Young dunk. The last time a Larry Sanders got that humiliated, Garry Shandling was involved

— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) January 23, 2013 Midway through the second quarter of Monday night's 76ers-Bucks game, Young received a pass near the top of the key. A quick crossover created space, and the Philly guard raced around two Milwaukee defenders.

With the 6'11" Sanders looming at the basket, the 6'6" Young launched from just inside the paint. The soaring ...

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