Toronto Raptors wing Terrence Ross clearly hasn’t lived up to heightened expectations in a disappointing third season. His aerial exploits, however, will never fail to impress. Watch the former Slam Dunk Contest champion drive baseline and rise for a massive 360 – okay, perhaps more like 270-degree – slam in his team’s 82-75 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday.
Elevation! Ross is still rising as he completes his mid-air turn to throw down this dunk. Talk about hang-time.
But the sluggish Raptors dug themselves too big a whole by the time of Ross’ acrobatics to complete a comeback. Though the home team held Milwaukee to just nine fourth quarter points, it managed just 15 of its own in the final stanza.
Khris Middleton led the Bucks with 25 points, who have won four consecutive games to move to 26-22.
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