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Shaedon Sharpe posterizes Dominican defender at U16 FIBA Americas

Shaedon Sharpe got next. The Canadian high-flyer put on a show and against the Dominican Republic, including this poster dunk.

Shaedon Sharpe Posterizes Dominican Defender At U16 Fiba Americas
Shaedon Sharpe Posterizes Dominican Defender At U16 Fiba Americas

Canadian 16-year-old high-flyer Shaedon Sharpe took off and posterized a Dominican Republic defender at the 2019 FIBA U16 Americas championship in Brazil.

With 35 seconds to play in the first-half, Sharpe shook off a defender with a sweet pump fake and then took-off from the baseline and dropped a Jordanesque poster all-over the Dominican defender.


Canada broken a tightly contested semi-finals contest to beat the Dominican Republic 97-81 to reach the finals of the 2016 FIBA U16 Americas championships.

Sharpe finished with 17 points , four rebounds and three assists, shooting 8-for-10 from the field.

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