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In Game 3 of the 2007 Western Conference semifinals, the Warriors led the Utah Jazz by 20 points with less than three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
That's when Baron Davis drove baseline and delivered one of the great dunks in NBA playoff history, as he posterized Andrei Kirilenko.
Several members of that "We Believe" Warriors squad recently reminisced about BD's iconic dunk while speaking with Golden State broadcaster Bob Fitzgerald.
Jason Richardson: "I was thinking he was gonna kind of clutch and get the and-one. And then when he put his hand back and he just cocked the ball back, I was like, 'Oh, he's about to do this.' And he put it down on him. That was the loudest the arena was ever. That dunk right there.
"It was just so in your face. The fans were into it. It was a big moment. It was a top-five dunk I've ever seen."
Stephen Jackson: "When he went up to dunk I was kind of in awe because he wasn't feeling that good all season to be doing something like that. So I knew it was adrenaline. I was in shock. And I think he was still kind of shocked. We didn't really know how to celebrate.
"So it was kind of odd. So I remember just following him and I started wiping him off -- dusting him off. There's an old saying: 'Dust the dirt off your shoulders.' That was a crazy moment."
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Matt Barnes: "One of the best dunks I've seen. But just the energy in the arena. It was a special moment."
Monta Ellis: "Knowing Baron -- his body has to be feeling real good for him to be able to attempt that. So when he went up -- and when he hit bodies with him -- I knew he was gonna try it. So when he dunked it -- oh my goodness.
"Man. It was amazing (laughter). I've never seen nobody get dunked on like that. That was crazy."
It truly was incredible.
If you were watching it live, you never will forget where you were when you lost your mind.
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