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i didnt think he could dunk... let alone on a 7 footer lol good stuff
Parrish Brown (6'1", 185 cm) posterizes 7'2" (218 cm) center
This post was edited by TerpsLegend27 2 years ago
Ha I just commented on his status about this like 3 minutes ago. Good shit.
hahah thats exactly where i saw it
Parrish Brown is the leading scorer on his team in Lithuania.
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Wow, what a dunk!
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
7'2 turd is an appropriate description, considering Brown took a huge dump on him.
i noticed that Lithuanians dont know how to react to a huge dunk.. all they did was stand and clap. In America (streets) we would start stomping, throwing shit, run on the court and scream 'OH BABY OH BABY!!!' then run at the turd and probably hit him or something.. Lithuanians pshh
not all euros react to dunks like that, watch clips of gist playing in serbia/wherever else he plays now
It's really pathetic
That says all I need to know about the level of play there
oh i know.. i was just pointing out Lithuanians
im amazed parrish brown is getting paid to play basketball
btw the music to this video makes me....
I didn't even know he could dunk
He plays in the lower level league there...not the same as the teams that compete in Europe, send guys to the NBA, and so on.
Remember that time Steve Francis killed Jason Collier with a dunk?
Steve Francis dunks on some guy from Georgia Tech
I think it's awfully nice of that local Lithuanian elementary school to let Parrish and his team play in their cafegymatorium.
No one mentions the blades of glory refs wearing the orange sherbet colored shirts?
“Route 1, where everybody meets.” ~Nick Faust #5
God I'd like to root for another player like Steve Francis. Remember that well, Collier had 4 fouls and really couldn't challenge him.
the guy who downvoted the vid must be this Lithuanian guys brother or something..
GREAT POST BUDDY!!!
GO FUCK YOURSELF.
youre such a tool. what is the point of even saying that.
In Lithuania, refs wear orange and black.
I actually thought Parrish Brown had some nice skills and maybe could have contributed more under different circumstances with more playing time. I don't know whether he didn't quite figure out what Gary wanted from him in games, didn't practice well, or had other factors keeping him from doing more while he was here, but I thought he had some talent. Ledbetter was a different story, although others have made the statement that he wasn't really the same after the serious car accident and I have no reason to disbelieve that. Anyway, it's cool that Brown seems to be doing well abroad.
Brown had some talent. However, he was brought in because Maryland was desperate for a point guard and he was not a point guard. His first year Strawberry was starting out of position at point guard, McCray was the 2 guard until he failed off and Mike Jones took over. In Brown's last year, Greivis and Hayes were freshman and Strawberry and Jones were still around. There was not a lot of opportunity for Parrish to play the 2 guard and he struggled when he tried to play the point.
There's no way he's actually 6'1 right?
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