#CRASHBACKTOBACK Brooklyn Nets forward Gerald Wallace, he of the 1.8 points per game average in April, threw down dunks on back-to-back plays in the first quarter of the team’s final regular season game against the Detroit Pistons: the first an alley-oop off a Deron Williams lob, and the second he created himself.
Brooklyn Nets forward Gerald Wallace has had some issues hitting layups this season: he’s shooting just 51% from in the restricted area, more than 5% below the league average from that space. He didn’t seem to have any trouble getting over the rim for this dunk, though. Watch:
Brooklyn Nets forward Gerald Wallace puts down a fast-break rack attack on the youngest player in the NBA, Bobcats rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. Wallace also has a season-high in blocks against the Bobcats. Watch:
Brooklyn Nets forward Gerald Wallace provides the only Nets highlight of this game so far, a sweet out-of-nowhere two-handed dunk on the break in Ersan Ilyasova’s face to cut the Milwaukee Bucks lead to 11. Watch: