The second round was perhaps more exciting than the first round, if that's possible.
DeMar Derozan came back from a spectacular first round and returned with perhaps an even better dunk, and didn't need multiple tries to get it. The Compton-native scored a 50. It may be a crime that DeRozan didn't advance.
Stealing a toy off the rim with his mouth, Serge Ibaka slammed home a 45.
The show stealer, Blake Griffin, followed his 49, with a dunk that took multiple tries, and wasn't quite as amazing as the first, and received a 46.
The leader of the first round, Javale McGee, returned from his perfect 50 in his first round and followed it with some help from his mom, USC and WNBA-star Pam McGee, and dunked three basketballs -- two with each hand and the third with a pass from teammate John Wall, and scored a 49.
Griffin and McGee have advanced.