With the game out of hand and the final seconds ticking…

With the game out of hand and the final seconds ticking off the clock, Giles stole the ball, raced down court and threw down a nasty windmill dunk for the final points of the game. Giles is never one to hide his emotions and he shimmied back down the court. “I don’t really shimmy too much,” Giles told reporters after the game on a Zoom video call. “I had a big play, so I just, you know, why not? Why not have a little fun? Just had a little fun after, not something I do a lot, but I just have fun with the game. “I put a little exclamation on the end.”
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