I was at a popular nightlife establishment in Lexington last night, enjoying a fresh brew with good company, when Sportscenter aired its Top 10 plays from Saturday. Just as play No. 10 came on the screen, EVERYONE in the place turned towards one of the televisions to see where Darius’s dunk would rank on the list. With each non-Darius play, there was a sense of excitement knowing it would be at the top. When No. 2 was a pair of buzzer-beaters, everyone cheered assuming Darius Miller made the play of the day.
No. 1 was a buzzer-beater from Division 2 and Darius’s dunk was snubbed from the top 10 plays. That’s bulls—. I would’ve even put that dunk on the top 10 if Chane Behanan had done it. It was nasty and deserving of a spot. Come on, ESPN. You’re better than that.
At least Eric Bledsoe made an appearance:
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