Bear Mascot, Utah Jazz Dunk Team Impress With ‘Dunk From Home Challenge’ Performance
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Jazz Bear mascot along with the Utah Jazz Dunk Team shared a video featuring their “#DunkFromHome” challenge performance.
The dunkers shared the video via Instagram on Saturday, March 28.
Bear, along with the rest of the dunk team, compiled a series of dunk clips together in a single video to complete a dunk routine during quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The dunk routine was capped off with a slam dunk by Bear, who slid down a staircase towards a basket.
Bear and the Utah Jazz dunk team haven’t been able to perform in a live game setting in more than two weeks due to the NBA suspension of the 2019-20 season.
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