My Name Is Earl: Chronicling J.R. Smith’s Best Kicks & Dunks

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As many of you witnessed yesterday, J.R. Smith visited his old stomping grounds as the Cleveland Cavaliers took on the New York Knicks. In a matchup that was pretty much over before it started, the dominant Cleveland Cavaliers, led by LeBron James, waltzed into MSG and laid down a proverbial stomping of the New York Knickerbockers. However, while LeBron’s talents were full display, it was J.R. Smith who ultimately stole the show by showcasing a variety of stellar dunks such as an impressive reverse alley-oop, all while sporting the newly-released Nike Kobe X. So that got us thinking…what are some of J.R.’s greatest dunks and sneaker combinations?

So without further adieu, flip through the pages below to get a chronological glimpse at some of J.R. Smith’s most memorable dunk and sneaker combinations and let us know in the comments section below which was your favorite.

Denver Nuggets vs. Minnesota Timberwolves

Season: 2009-2010
Model: Nike Zoom Kobe IV

Listen man, whenever there are discussions about who is the best fast-break dunker in the game, J.R. Smith needs to be at the forefront of any lists as his stellar array of breakaway jams has captivated us all for many years. Like for instance, back in March of 2010, while rocking an all-white model of the Nike Zoom Kobe IV, Smith threw down this remarkable 360 alley-oop in transition. If you’re wondering, I’m still trying to figure out how this dunk is humanly possible…

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