Tuesday, August 4, 2015

WATCH: Tony Wroten's monster dunk against the Bobcats

Sixers guard Tony Wroten may have only scored nine points Wednesday night, but none were more emphatic than the ones he posted during the second quarter.

WATCH: Tony Wroten's monster dunk against the Bobcats

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Sixers guard Tony Wroten may have only scored nine points Wednesday night, but none were more emphatic than the ones he posted during the second quarter.

Wroten received a pass from Spencer Hawes during the second quarter and decided to take off toward the basket. Nothing could have stopped what happened next, not even Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.

Wroten’s nine points helped the Sixers earn a 95-92 victory over Charlotte.

[Video courtest of YouTube user Frank Den]

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