If You Need Some Inspiration, Watch ‘Five/Five’ About A Man That Tall Who Taught Himself To Dunk
How good would LeBron James be at basketball if he was 5-foot-5? Would he have the dedication and work ethic required to be an NBA player (much less superstar) without his science-given dimensions? How many short guys give up on their basketball dreams purely due to genetics? Those are the questions that come to mind while watching "Five/Five," a short film about Brandon Todd, a short man who taught himself to dunk.
Best line: "It's not normal to jump that high off the ground, and take a basketball with you, and then land safely. It's not normal."
Other best line: "Just because you see somebody is small, don't count him out."
Todd was a standout high school and junior college basketball player from Ohio who had to work for years to grab the rim. He's now a fitness expert who says his program, FlytRight, can increase your vertical by 14 inches. His vertical is reportedly 44 inches -- compare that to Nate Robinson's 43.5 and Spud Webb's 42.
My question is... what's Air Nigeria's method?
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