Must-See Poster Dunk By High School Baller With One Arm, Hansel Enmanuel

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Hansel Enmanuel had to have his left arm amputated at the age of 6. Fast-forward 11 years and the high schooler is doing more than just playing high school basketball. He’s making highlights while doing it.

Enmanuel’s latest work of art involved putting a 7-footer on a poster.

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Kids, look away…now!

Drop the hammer young man!!! My goodness, what a yam!

But wait — here’s another angle!

It’s the incredulous reactions of those watching in the foreground for me.

Needless to say, Hansel Enmanuel is transcending the game of basketball in his native Dominican Republic. Growing up in the poverty-stricken Santo Domingo, Enmanuel was forced to have his left arm removed after a wall fell on him as a child.


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When it comes to sports that most people would correlate with needing two arms to play, basketball certainly has to be at or near the top of the list. Not for Enmanuel. He never stopped working hard even after his childhood accident and continues turning heads in the process.

Check out some other views of his nasty flush below.

That poor 7-foot kid though. Should’ve known better than to contest the guy with one arm at the rim!

As for Hansel Enmanuel, what a story! Might we see him on a college court someday soon?


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