RG3 Throws Down Windmill Dunk Against Trent Richardson in H-O-R-S-E
Thanks to Gatorade, we can show you some more excerpts from NFL.com’s “Everything to Prove” series. This game of H-O-R-S-E between Robert Griffin III and Trent Richardson took place at API Phoenix when the two players were prepping for the Combine as part of a shoot for the Gatorade and NFL Films “Everything to Prove” online series. The first episodes of “Everything to Prove” are up and can be found at NFL.com/ETP.
Seeing RG3′s court skills beggedtwo questions from me. First, when will the long-awaited dunk contest between Brittany Griner and RG3 occur, and will there be cameras on that when it happens?
Secondly, what current NBA player is most comparable to RG3′s basketball game? To me, I see a combination of a retired player and a current player. RG3 has a little bit of Russell Westbrook to his game, but I also see a bit of Allen Iverson with his warrior spirit, toughness, and leadership ability.
For more info on NFL’s “Everything to Prove” series, read the italics below. Which NBA player do you think RG3′s game resembles?
Gatorade and NFL Films have partnered for the second season of “Everything To Prove,” the online series that chronicles the journeys of 11 rookie NFL players trying to make a league where everyone must prove themselves each and every game.
The series begins this week with new episodes posting monthly throughout the season. This year’s cast features the top five picks of the 2012 NFL Draft, including Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck, Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, Cleveland Browns RB Trent Richardson, Minnesota Vikings OT Matt Kalil and Jacksonville Jaguars WR Justin Blackmon. The other six athletes are Indianapolis Colts TE Dwayne Allen, Carolina Panthers LB Luke Kuechly, San Diego Chargers LB Melvin Ingram, San Francisco 49ers RB LaMichael James and Houston Texans DE Jared Crick, along with his teammate, K Randy Bullock.
Stay tuned for monthly postings of the episodes on NFL.com throughout the season, and follow these your favorite NFL rookies.