Kenneth Faried May Use A Bowling Ball In The Dunk Contest

Kenneth Faried May Use A Bowling Ball In The Dunk Contest
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It’s once again time for the annual Slam Dunk contest. While most of us believe that we have seen it all from trampolines, glow-in-the-dark balls, and even human beings being used as props, it looks like Kenneth Faried may be taking things to a whole other level: he’s considering using a bowling ball. Keyword being “considering.”

“I thought about that, but I haven’t practiced it or anything. I really don’t know if I’m going to do it or not. I don’t want to end up injured from a dunk contest,” says Kenneth.

We pray that Mr. Faried is dumb enough to go out and actually do this. He will make dunk contest history by being the first contestant to die in the game.

Paul Hudson | Elite.

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