Payton Pritchard remains in dunking shape despite quarantine

Ashley Young
NBC Sports Northwest

Payton Pritchard is known to have insane handles on the court. It was evident in a video that he posted back in March where he demonstrated just how lightning fast he can dribble.

On Tuesday, Pritchard posted another video and one that features a different part of his game that is particularly well known to everyone.

Wait a minute… a dunk with his off hand? This looks all too familiar…. (2019 Pac-12 Championship game vs. Washington in Las Vegas, Nevada).

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Pritchard, like the rest of the players who have entered the NBA draft, is navigating through uncharted waters during this pandemic trying to balance working out, working on his game, staying healthy and staying safe. 

The NBA announced on June 4 that the 2020 NBA Draft will held on October 15, 2020.

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The West Linn, Portland, Oregon-native rounded out a successful four-year campaign at Oregon with winning the Pac-12 Player of the Year, Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year and Lute Olson Player of the Year awards. He is the first player in Pac-12 history to have 1,900 career points, 500 career rebounds and 600 career assists.

According to NBA Scouting Live, Pritchard is a projected late second round draft pick.

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