NBA Draft 2002 Head to Head:
McDyess vs. Wilcox
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Power forward by trade but only because we have this need to categorize things we don't fully comprehend. He jumps 42 inches, foot to floor, standing still. Give him a step and he goes 47. The basket is 120 inches high. He stands 81 inches tall. You do the math and remember we have yet to factor in his arm length. Give him a running start and a few dribbles and, well, you get the idea. Clearly capable of scoring 20 per game. But we want more. Of course, we want more. Dunk, dunk, after highlight dunk. We remember the dunks. We always remember the dunks.
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