Normally, defenders are too deep in the paint or scrambling to get in front of an imposing dunker to even bring a charge to question. That's not the case here. As Cal State San Bernardino ran a fast break, Kwame Alexander sprinted down the center of the court. When he received a pass from his teammate, he took about two steps past the free throw line and practically jumped right over the top of a Cal State Stanislaus defender that was 100 percent set to take the hit. Despite having his feet square, the defender did flop a bit. Had he just stood there, Alexander might have had a harder time getting to the hoop. What do you guys think? Monstrous dunk or charge?
[via The Last Angry Fan]
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