By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Northern Colorado Bears may have lost to the Montana Grizzlies on Friday night in overtime at the Reno Events Center in Reno, Nev. in the Big Sky Conference Tournament game. But it was an electrifying dunk by junior guard Jordan Davis that stole the show.
Davis threw down one of the best dunks of the season — if not, one of the best dunks of all-time. With the game tied at 74 all and 2:09 left in regulation, he dribbled the ball up the court, before going to the basket.
As he was going to the basket, he posterized Fabijan Krslovic, who stepped up on the play in an attempted block play. After being dunked on, Krslovic fell out of bounds to the ground.
According to SportsCenter’s Instagram, “He dunked him back to February.”
While Northern Colorado lost this semifinal game and will not advance to Saturday’s championship game to earn the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, this dunk by Davis is going to live on for a very long-time. It’s not going to be something that Krslovic live down.
Krslovic’s friends are going to joke with him about this dunk for a very long time. Davis brought the rain with this dunk that is so good that you can’t watch once.