Video: Damyean Dotson’s in-and-out move results in embarrassing fall by Tarik Black
Wednesday night may not have turned out as planned for the New York Knicks, as they lost via a blowout against the Houston Rockets, but there are still some positive takeaways for them after the game.
One of them is a solid performance from Tim Hardaway Jr. who looks to be regaining his touch. Outside of him, another player from the Knicks owned the play of the night. Little-known Damyean Dotson re-introduced himself to the New York faithful as he dropped Tarik Black to the floor with a hesitation move. He pulled off an in-and-out dribble before stepping back for the open jumper, which he knocked down to complete the highlight play. It drew a loud applause from the people watching, and were left in awe of his ankle breaker.
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Damyean Dotson was the 44th overall pick in last June’s draft after spending his last two seasons in college in Houston. He has only appeared in five games so far for the Knicks.
It still remains to be seen if Black will make it to the next episode of Shaqtin’ A Fool, but with how he fell despite Dotson still a few feet away from him, it won’t be a complete surprise if Shaquille O’Neal will have a laugh after seeing the play.
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