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Published on: 05 Apr 2017 by bhqonline
LOS ANGELES (March 31, 2017)
– Chris Staples, the star of the movie, ‘Slamma Jamma’, shocked LA Clippers
fans at halftime as he slam-dunked the ball which no one expected.
The publicity stunt at the Staples Center also made ESPN’s Sports Center and was
the talk of the town.
the stunt, a woman asks people in the crowd if they can dunk the ball to which
everyone shook their head. She then approached Staples, a 5-time World Slam
Dunk champion, if he could dunk.
Staples hesitated, then got up to the cheers of the halftime crowd.
He then took off and did a monster dunk before 18,000 fans and they roared and
cheered in approval.
“The shock of the fans and the cheers was almost deafening,” says Staples.
Staples was then introduced to the crowd as the star of ‘Slamma Jamma’ that opened last
weekend in theaters nationwide.
"I like the NBA, but those dunks are no big deal to
me," Staples told Sports Illustrated. "It's funny when they're
holding up the 10s and cheering -- Wow! That's great! That's amazing! --
and I'm like, Meh."
Staples can do what many say is the ‘impossible dunk’ – a 540
“I'm a normal guy,” Staples says. “It's just that I'm blessed
with being able to fly. For a little bit, anyway."
JAMMA opened to great audience reviews including a 91% audience approval rating
on Rotten Tomatoes on over 1,000 votes submitted.
The film has been catching the hearts and minds of people and changing lives with
scores of people telling how the film increased their faith. One mother brought
her troubled son to a screening and he cried throughout the movie. Others have
reported how the film helped them overcome depression; some even suicidal
SLAMMA JAMMA, the new faith-based basketball movie is earning high marks as the film
opened yesterday in theaters across the U.S..