Jacksonville Community College's Daniel Skinner pulls off in-game, free-throw line dunk

Kevin C. Cox

Even though Daniel Skinner was called for a foul, the dunk is still jaw-dropping.

Well, this was just filthy.

Nasty. Disgusting. Funky. Disrespectful.

Jacksonville Community College sophomore Daniel Skinner was recorded performing an in-game dunk from the free-throw line against the Tyler Apaches that only slow motion can truly give it the justice it deserves.

The play happened so fast that in all the excitement, a viewer may not even realize at first that Skinner is called for a charge on the play. It isn't surprising that a junior college level referee wouldn't know how to react to such a spectacular play. He probably doesn't know that things like that happen on basketball courts.

Wait, no they don't.

Nobody is running around jumping from the free-throw line in the middle of basketball games like it's just the thing to do. So, referee, you are forgiven for your slight in this moment. We'll just have to refer to this as one of the greatest dunks that never counted.

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