Arizona forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson slips, falls on dunk attempt

Saturday February 14th, 2015

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, a forward for the No.7-ranked Arizona Wildcats, pulled away on a fast break during the team's game against Washington on Friday night.

The court, however, provided the defensive stop the Huskies were unable to offer. As he planted to jump for the finishing dunk, Hollis-Jefferson lost his footing, slamming to the ground and sending the ball flying straight up into the air.

He was able to get up and walk away without visible injury, except perhaps for his wounded pride.

With a substantial lead over the Huskies going into the game's final 10 minutes, Arizona looks to be in control. Hopefully Hollis-Jefferson and his teammates will be able to laugh at his misfortune afterwards.

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