Jun 16, 2010, 10:16 AM EDT
Things we did not expect to see in Game 6: Jordan Farmar dunking on Kevin Garnett.
But he did in the second quarter to bump the Lakers lead up to 20. While the lead was big, this ended up still being a big play, giving the Lakers bench that had been basically nonexistent for five games a spark of confidence. Plus, it’s just a fun dunk to watch.
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