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Video: Houston Rockets' Sam Dekker Sends Enes Kanter to the Floor With Extreme Dunk

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
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Sam Dekker continues to add more great NBA moments to his highlight reel after yesterday's game. The Houston Rockets played against Oklahoma City Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

As the first quarter was winding down the Houston Rockets made a run down the field to set up an extreme slammer that sent Thunders' Enes Kanter to the floor. Word around the league is that he was so humiliated by the dunk that he could be considering retiring (only joking). Kanter tried to make the big defensive play by standing in front of Dekker, but got the worst of the slammer.

Not only did that dunk fire up the team, but also gave them a 23-19 lead. Expect to see many reruns of this incredible dunk.

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