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John Fulkerson Drops Air-Jordan Dunk in 3v3 Tournament

Jump. Man. John. Fulkerson.

Former Tennessee forward John Fulkerson returned to the court for the first time since leaving Tennessee this weekend. Fulkerson took part in the 3X3U Tournament, an event in which 16 four-man teams representing Division I schools across the nation compete in a three-on-three tournament.

While playing for the Dirty South team consisting of SEC (Fulkerson) and SoCon players on Friday night, Fulkerson dropped one of the best dunks of his career in the tournament. Fulkerson took the pass on the wing, threw a pump fake on his defender, and went full Air Jordan on the rim.

Check it out for yourself in a couple of different angles.

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The Dirty South team features Tennessee’s John Fulkerson, UNC Greensboro’s De’Monte Buckingham, Furman’s Conley Garrison, and Chattanooga’s David Jean-Baptiste. According to 3X3U’s official website, the Dirty South team went 1-2 on the event’s opening day.

Dirty South began their day with a loss to the B-Ball After Dark (B.A.D.) Boys representing the Pac 12 and SWAC, 21-15. They then took another loss, 21-19, against the Horizon Valley Hoopers representing the Horizon and MAC conferences. However, after two losses to start the tournament, Dirty South ended Friday with a win over the MEAC and SWAC team, HBC-U Don’t Want None, by a score of 21-15.

John Fulkerson and Dirty South will be back on the court on Saturday. Their first game will be a rematch against the B-Ball After Dark (B.A.D.) Boys at 11:50 a.m. ET, followed by another game against the Horizon Valley Hoopers at 1:10 p.m. ET. Dirty South will then close the day with a game against HBC-U Don’t Want None at 3:25 p.m. ET.

The Championship portion of the tournament will be held on Sunday morning with games going from 9:05 a.m. ET to 3:50 p.m. ET.

All of the games can be streamed live on 3X3U’s Twitter account for free throughout the weekend.

Let’s see that dunk one more time, shall we?

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