Basketball has really found a home on YouTube among the pranksters, rappers, and actors. A lot of stars have emerged from different talents within the game of hooping. Dunkers, trick shooters, scholastic athletes, and even street ballers are gaining a following of subscribers in the millions. One of the faces familiar on YouTube right now is Jordan Kilganon. Most have seen him in dunk videos doing double eastbays, arm in the rim, and other spectacular moves. This week, he just released a new video, testing his shot. Kilganon had a ‘FIBA world Cup’ Game of horse against NBA All-Star Danilo Gallinari and playground legend, Bone Collector. padding: 0;
What were the game rules?
Watching the game, it appears dunks were not allowed either after the first one. Danilo Gallinari tested the ‘hops’ of the others but to be fair, they may have stopped this because Jordan Kilganon has an unfair advantage. That is what he does for a living, only dunking.}
Bone Collector, who’s been hooping for over 20 years at this point, cannot dunk. Add in the factor, the amazingly fast and quick witted hooper is under 6-feet tall as well. It would not make for an interesting watch if all the others did was dunks as he would have ‘0’ chance of winning.
Jordan Kilganon vs Danilo Galinari vs Bone Collector
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