Getting blocks in the NBA can be a difficult job, even if you’re a 7-footer. These little guards and forwards have figured out new ways to shoot the ball over the trees, but sometimes you get a low hanging fruit to take from the tree. That was the case for Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams.
One Utah guard found himself on the ground and with the shot clock getting low. He tried to get creative by throwing the ball over his head and Adams just reached out and rejected. He didn’t swat it away, he didn’t grab it out the air, he just tapped it towards a teammate.