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Draft prospect Terrance Ferguson throws down unusual dunk

28 March 2016: McDonald's East All-American guard Terrance Ferguson (6)dunks during the McDonald's All-American Powerade Jam Fest at the Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL. (Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire)
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Terrance Ferguson did not follow many of his soon-to-be draft class-mates on the one-and-done route, instead trekking to Australia to spend his mandatory one year away from high school. Apparently, the potential lottery pick learned some unusual techniques “down under.”

The former sought-after wing talent and McDonald’s All-American showed off for some scouts in this video and finishes a dunk that was on the surface unnecessary, since it came after an actual made basket. Nevertheless, the 6-7 Ferguson – who won’t turn 19 until May – is on course to be the “who is this?” player of the first-round.

This video shows there may well be more in his future than anonymous draft entrant:



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