Apparently, Josh Langford's broken wrist is feeling quite all right.
The Huntsville (Ala.) Madison Academy sophomore sensation missed the final 12 games of this past high school season after fracturing a bone in his left wrist on Jan. 18, but has returned for the AAU circuit.
Still wearing tape on his left wrist, Langford threw down this this epic dunk while playing for the Atlanta Celtics at the adidas Gauntlet Series in Dallas over the weekend, showing no ill effects from the injury.
Langford was the state's Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year as a freshman in 2013, averaging 23.9 points, 8.5 rebounds and 2.9 assists while leading the Mustangs to the Class 3A state title. He already owns offers from just about every major college program, including Duke, Florida and Louisville.
Before his injury this past winter, he was producing 23 points, six boards and four dimes per contest — enough to capture 3A Player of the Year honors from the Alabama Sports Writers Association despite playing two-thirds of the season. This slam has to have rival prep coaches cringing over next season.
(h/t USA Today)
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