Girls players made to audition for dunk contest
MILWAUKEE -- For at least the second straight year, girls basketball players say there are double standards applied to those seeking to enter the Slam Dunk Contest which is part of the weeklong festivities around the McDonald's All-American Game.
Ashley Gayle of Las Vegas and Glory Johnson of Knoxville, Tenn., said they attempted to sign up for the dunk contest, won on Monday night by Demar DeRozan of Compton, Calif., but were told they would first have to audition. Johnson did not get ...
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