Age: 28 Height: 6-7 Weight: 195 lbs School: Washington
2019_Hamidou Diallo, Oklahoma City 2018_Donovan Mitchell, Utah 2017_Glenn Robinson III, Indiana 2016_Zach LaVine, Minnesota 2015_Zach LaVine, Minnesota 2014_John Wall, Washington 2013_Terrence Ross, Toronto 2012_Jeremy Evans, Utah 2011_Blake Griffin, L.A. Clippers 2010_Nate Robinson, Nueva York 2009_
If there's ever a time to go for a ridiculous dunk in traffic, a 30-point blowout is it. Even if you miss, most people have either changed the channel or are content watching the basketball equivalent of an NPR talk show: background noise that don't mean much of anything. But last night the Magic
The festivities officially kick off Friday, but Thursday night's action offered a quick glimpse of the hoopla descending on the Queen City. Terrence Ross, the 2013 dunk contest winner, won't be competing this year, but his reverse slam against the Hornets pretty much opened the doors to the NBA's biggest party.
- There will be some fierce competition for the Sixth Man of the Year Award when the annual awards are handed out after the season, but Terrence Ross definitely deserves to be in the conversation for that honor. The recently-turned 28-year-old scored a season-high 32 points in Thursday's win over
The trade deadline came and went and Terrence Ross remained in Orlando, comfortable in his routine. Ross, whose expiring contract and big scoring production had set him up as a potential trade asset, scored 32 points and came up with a big defensive play to help the Magic to a 122-112 victory over the