Jeremy Evans can jump out of the gym

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — During the lead up to the NBA draft, a photo went viral of Andrew Wiggins showing off a 44-inch vertical leap. Wiggins worked out for the draft at P3, a sports-science institute in California, which is where that initial 44-inch photo came from. And as impressive as that 44-inch leap was, someone topped it: Utah’s Jeremy Evans, the 2102 2012 Dunk Contest winner, stopped by P3 and took back the championship belt…


  1. TheKush says:

    I believe I can fly!!!

  2. ralph says:

    yah okay he can jump but he is not good as Wiggins.

  3. yusef says:

    I’d like to see what zack lavine could do compared to these two

  4. Sanford says:


  5. Tony says:

    2102 dunk champ? Wow Lang, you can predict the future.

  6. Andre says:

    Too bad he can’t do anything other than jump. I mean the Jazz wouldn’t even use him and the jazz suck

  7. Kevin says:

    Gerard Green of the Suns will top them both…

    He can dunk looking down into the rim. I suggest Green should visit this institute and set the record straight.

  8. Jamarcae Fikes says:

    Lmao the 2102 dunk contest winner.

  9. Graetzy says:

    Hold up. You’re comparing max reach to vertical? Two different things Lang Lang

  10. Pogi says:

    2102 Dunk Contest winner!!! Woah really??

  11. vinsanefan says:

    I wonder what it’s like to see the world from up there…?

  12. as says:

    if he can develop a good jumpshot he will be in the league for a long time.