Tenth Grader Throws Down INSANE Dunk, Immediately Gets Ejected

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If Houston-area 10th grader Justise Winslow can avoid getting kicked out of games, his incredible athleticism will make him a prized college basketball recruit.

Winslow, a sophomore at Houston (Texas) St. John's School, was facing off against San Antonio (Texas) Antonian Prep in a holiday tournament in Houston.

In the clip below, the 6'5" small forward decided to take over on an explosive drive to the basket, finishing with a preposterous slam over some poor kid:

Winslow finished the game with 10 points and 12 rebounds ... five seconds later. After finishing the slam, Winslow stared down his dunk victim. Technical foul.

Then, to cap things off, as he walked back up the court, Winslow offered a salute to the St. John's fans in attendance. Second technical and automatic ejection.

Thirty seconds, one enormous slam and two technicals. That's almost as impressive as the stat line put up by Kris Humphries in last night's Nets opener.

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15 YEARS OLD, IS NOT A BABY. WHAT THIS KID NEEDS, IS A PUNCH IN THE FACE.

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Give the kid a break he's only 15. By the way, players in the college and the NBA has done worse.

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Wasn't that offensive charging? The kid is 15, the crowd got to him and he got ejected. He'll learn as he matures...

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You were right to be ejected. Your not bigger than the rules.
Your not a big shot.You jump high. Serve in the Army for 2 yrs that would be impressive.
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