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During halftime of the Phoenix Suns' game against the Charlotte Bobcats on January 26 (Phoenix lost 114-107), one of their stunt dunkers got up so high that he honest-to-God dunked himself and walked away uninjured like it was The Absent-Minded Professor and the man had Flubber on his shoes.

Wow. I suppose that's something no one there will forget anytime soon. Good thing there was padding underneath, he fell on his back and didn't land too hard.

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Can you blame him? At his age, and with the kind of talent he has and the levels of success he has seen, why on earth would he want to go to a team that has yet to shake itself of the "expansion" label?
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