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Friday, November 16, 2012
Ian Hummer vs Wally Judge: Better dunker?
Fans of Ivy League basketball appreciate the finer points of the game - a well-executed backdoor cut, for example. The fans who show up tonight for Princeton's game against Rutgers, however, could be in for a different sort of treat. In a not-overly common event, both sides feature elite dunkers. Despite being buried on the bench for two seasons at Kansas State, Rutgers transfer Wally Judge showed off plenty of vertical as a McDonald's All-American back in 2009. For the home squad, Ian Hummer's throwdown last season against Cornell needs no introduction.
Rutger's Wally Judge as a McDonald's All-American in 2009
Princeton's Ian Hummer last season against Cornell
Hummer's slam, obviously, gets bonus points for coming in a game. Judge, however, seems to have a little more creativity.