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Nerlens Noel continues Sixers tradition of dunking on first play

In a tradition started by Michael Carter-Williams against the Heat last season, Sixers rookie Nerlens Noel, suting up for the team for the first time ever in the Orlando Pro Summer League, put in a dunk that looked like he could have done in his sleep.

Nerlens Noel continues Sixers tradition of dunking on first play

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In a tradition started by Michael Carter-Williams against the Heat last season, Sixers rookie Nerlens Noel, suting up for the team for the first time ever in the Orlando Pro Summer League, put in a dunk that looked like he could have done in his sleep.

ALSO: he can block.

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Also, he can do this. So, uh. Nerlens Noel, everybody. He's playing basketball.

Justin Klugh Sports Producer
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