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Newest Buck Chris Wright once hammered 7 dunks on San Antonio (VIDEO)

| March 14, 2014

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The Bucks chose not to re-sign Tony Mitchell, two-time D-League dunk champ, to a second 10-day contract when his first deal expired. He finished his Bucks career with 6 points in 10 minutes of play spread over three games.

In his place, the Bucks have signed Chris Wright of the Maine Red Claws to a 10-day deal. He once scored 25 points in a game in San Antonio (a Parker-less, Duncan-less, Manu-less end-of-season affair), and those 25 points came, in part, from seven very fun dunks. If he does any of these things in a game with the Bucks, then we’ll do our homework and find out more, but until then let’s just be lazy and enjoy this clip.

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  1. pj says:

    I miss rooting for the darvin ham/desmond mason types. When they were on the floor there was always a hope something amazing was going to happen, even if the game was out of reach.

  2. Justin says:

    a Mikki Moore sighting