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Derek Willis’ one-hand slam will make the postgame show callers happy

Strong game for Derek so far: 6 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 blocks.

UPDATE: He just did it again!!!!

Please Derek, don’t hurt ’em.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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9 Comments for Derek Willis’ one-hand slam will make the postgame show callers happy



  1. What
    9:02 pm November 2, 2015 Permalink

    He is like 6-8. That dunk could be done by any player in the country that is over 6-3. Hope you aren’t serious.



    • Kareem's Goggles
      9:11 pm November 2, 2015 Permalink

      I think it was sarcasm, at least I hope it was.



    • leon singleton
      9:47 pm November 2, 2015 Permalink

      I’m serious eat shi#.



  2. J
    9:10 pm November 2, 2015 Permalink

    Ahhhhh..basketball😍



  3. just saying
    9:22 pm November 2, 2015 Permalink

    Derek Willis is the best 12th man in the nation (a common phrase last year), a similar prize to being the tallest midget



    • CardFan502
      9:38 pm November 2, 2015 Permalink

      I wish we wooda got him. 🙁



  4. Bill Ray
    9:45 pm November 2, 2015 Permalink

    Cal promised his momma he would get him to the NBA. Cal is not a liar. He will get him drafted this year. My momma and his momma are frends.



  5. CW
    10:23 pm November 2, 2015 Permalink

    I think Derek Willis will have the chance to get 10-15 minutes maybe more a game this year. Close games it might be hit or miss, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he earns himself some minutes and you see him out there most games. Don’t forget foul trouble either, he absolutely will be needed when there is some lack of size out there due to foul trouble.



  6. somerset bill
    11:14 am November 3, 2015 Permalink

    i think you ksr “guys” have willis derangement syndrome derangement syndrome.