Michigan's Jordan Poole throws down vicious dunk vs Penn State, stares down camera
Poole puts Penn State defender on poster with fast-break dunk
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Michigan picked up a huge road win against Penn State on Wednesday night, but the result of the game isn't what has the college basketball world buzzing.
Freshman Jordan Poole has made a name for himself as a smooth ball handler and long-distance shooter, but he showed a different side of his game during the first half in University Park.
And it came at the expense of a helpless Nittany Lions defender.
Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rakhman stole an errant pass with under 4:30 left in the first half to start a fast break for the Wolverines. He dished to Poole on the right wing, and Poole took it all the way to the rack, finishing with a right-handed slam over Julian Moore.
After the dunk, Poole flexed and gave the baseline camera a stare, which blew up among basketball fans on Twitter.
You can see the video below:
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Moore also fouled Poole, who converted the free throw for a three-point play.
Michigan topped Penn State, 72-63, to pick up a huge road win with only one regular-season game remaining.
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