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WATCH: Kobe Paras throws it down in Creighton rout of Longwood

MANILA, Philippines – Kobe Paras displayed his hopes once again in the NCAA after he slammed home a one-handed dunk on the drive in the Creighton Bluejays' 113-58 blowout of Longwood Lancers on Friday, December 9 (Saturday in Manila).

Paras, who has yet to crack the main rotation and is playing limited minutes so far, made the dunk in the second half to extend the Bluejays' comfortable lead to 91-41.

KOBE PARAS THROWS IT DOWN #GoJays #Creighton #TakeFlight https://t.co/vqvOwCvq71 — Creighton Basketball (@BluejayMBB) December 10, 2016

Paras played 12 minutes and finished with 6 points on 3-of-4 field goal shooting.

The Bluejays next play Oral Roberts on December 17. – Rappler.com