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WATCH: De’Aaron Fox dunks on Julius Randle

© Stephen R. Sylvanie | USATSI

© Stephen R. Sylvanie | USATSI

If you watched last night’s Sacramento Kings/Los Angeles Lakers preseason game, you witnessed some major Cat-on-Cat crime. Right before halftime, rookie De’Aaron Fox drove the ball to the basket, shaking off Larry Nance and shoving the ball in the hoop despite Julius Randle’s best efforts to block it:

Ridiculous. That would be Fox’s only highlight of the night after he left the game with a bruised back, but it was a good one. The Lakers went on to win 75-69. Randle finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds, Willie Cauley-Stein with 4 points and 4 rebounds, and Skal Labissiere with 4 rebounds. What about Lonzo Ball? He sat out with an ankle sprain, the second time he’s ducked De’Aaron Fox since they entered the league. I’m shocked that ankle didn’t miraculously get better once Fox left the game.

Hilariously, DeMarcus Cousins called out Lonzo for ducking Fox on Instagram afterwards:



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1 Comment for WATCH: De’Aaron Fox dunks on Julius Randle

  1. Duuuuuude
    11:05 am October 9, 2017 Permalink

    There will be a lot more Wildcat on Wildcat highlights in the future with the success former wildcats have in the NBA. You don’t see this from other college programs.