Video: Mizzou Tiger Phil Pressey's High School Anti-Gravity Dunk Over a 6'8 Defender

Yes, we do realize that this is a slightly old video, but considering the No. 6 Missouri Tigers are sitting at 14-0 and are one of four remaining undefeated schools in the country, we'd say it's pretty relevant.  Phil, better known as Flip, Pressey is a sophomore starting point guard at Mizzou and is averaging 9.4 points and 6.1 assists per game. Though he might not be getting as much national shine as Kim English, Marcus Denmon or Ricardo Ratliffe, this kid was heavily recruited for his tremendous athletic ability. 

At the 2010 TABC All-Star Game in San Antonio, six-foot-eight Tony Mitchell was talking smack that nobody could dunk on him. Five-foot-eight Pressey took offense and made it his mission to do exactly that. In one glorious, gravity-defying move, Pressey seemed to effortlessly rise up and unleash his fury all over Mitchell's eye. Like he said, "after that, the game was OVER."

[via High School Hoop]

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