Pinson Dunks and Berry Dances at Powerade Jamfest

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In the lead up to the McDonald's All-American Game, future Tar Heels took part in the Powerade Jamfest in Chicago on Monday night. Pinson took part in the dunk contest and Berry participated in the skills contest. For Berry, the real skill he showed was his dancing as he stats his case for "Jump Around" duties next season(assuming he doesn't start.)

In the dunk contest, Pinson showed some appreciation for the history of great UNC dunkers by putting former Duke player and current ESPN analyst Jay Williams out there so he could dunk over him.

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Credit to Jay Williams who has clearly overcome the need to fall to ground like he's been shot at the approach of a player with the ball. Pinson followed that up with this dunk while taking a selfie.

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The respective teams have been through two practices so far with a third today. If you have an Inside Carolina subscription check out this report on how the UNC trio has done. Regarding the question of who the fifth starter alongside Marcus Paige, J.P. Tokoto, James Michael McAdoo and Kennedy Meeks will be, the answer may lie with the guy who jumped over Jay Williams last night.

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