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Video / Jun 13, 2011 / 1:30 pm

“Vanilla Sky” Dunks All Over NBA Rookie Pooh Jeter

Unless you’re from the Los Angeles area, chances are you don’t know the name Tim McGrath. A standout at Santa Monica High School, where he averaged 16.6 points and 6.5 boards per game as a senior, McGrath chose head coach Steve Fisher and San Diego State over the likes of West Virginia, Miami and Texas Tech. But after two seasons, he transferred to Cal State Dominguez Hills, bringing his tremendous vertical and horizontal leaping abilities with him. So while DeMar DeRozan started the summer off right at the Drew League, watch the 6-5 McGrath (a.k.a. “Vanilla Sky”) dunk all over NBA rookie Pooh Jeter this weekend. Nasty!



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  • that dude

    He just got “Poohed” on

  • Promoman

    Damn. That’s a 2011 dunk of the summer candidate.

  • http://www.dimemag.com panchitoooo

    all i can say is “Stand Right There”

  • http://www.lakernation.com smoove chips

    dammmnnnnn !! freakin awesome. son just got owned.

  • beiber newz

    you guys must not play ball. that boy had no swag. he looked like he was tryna pose for the camera. but he looks so awkward. what a douche. dude is like 4 feet. get over yourself.

  • http://dimemag.com JoshG

    Haha, played full court 2 on 2 against this dude. It didn’t go so well for me.

  • http://www.dimemag.com panchitoooo

    @beiber newz

    who cares about swag if youre giving someone the nuts? and is it a rule that you cant pose in the air while youre dunking on a NBA rookie when your straight out of high school.
    i really cant see anyone, except an extreme HATER, going up to this guy after he crushed his defender and calling him a douche for any reason. you must not play basketball cause if i was on the court or anyone else when this highlight happened all i could do is laugh and jog back on defense.

  • http://www.dimemag.com panchitoooo

    plus you wont be able to dunk on anyone no matter how big or small without a lil bit of swag in your game. and even if its possible to mush someone like he did without swag the fact that you seen him pose in the air while he destroys his opponent on a fast break proves that hes got it and contradicts your statement…get over yourself

  • beiber newz

    i mean…trust me..you can tell by how he posed after it that he is the type that needs attention when he plays. it’s somthin you really can’t explain. he jus didnt need to do all the pose-for-the-camera shit on the little guy. he took away from the play after that. it was a good play, he just didnt need to pose like he dunked on lebron or anything.

  • rasinine

    I see a 6’5ft + athletic dude with a half court length running start and no defensive pressure slamming over the smallest dude on the court, who just so happens to be in the “sitting duck” position, making slamming over him that much easier.

    Add in the fact that the dunks overall style and finish was just downright awkward.

    What was so amazing about this again?

    smh.

  • http://www.wtf.com Chicagorilla

    Yo this is a nice dunk. He walked up his chest and made Jeter Pooh himelf.

    Def a dunk of the summer candidate.

  • UncheckedAggression

    Damn. Wasn’t expecting it to be this nice.

  • Gabriel Goodwin

    Whoever said white guys couldnt jump needs to go and kill themselves.