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Spurs’ Keldon Johnson now owns Isaiah Stewart’s soul with massive poster slam

Keldon Johnson, Isaiah Stewart, Spurs, Pistons

San Antonio Spurs swingman Keldon Johnson just gave Detroit Pistons rookie Isaiah Stewart his welcome to the NBA moment. Granted we’re already halfway done in the 2020-21 campaign, but looks like the Pistons center won’t forget about this massive posterization anytime soon. For sure, the internet will not make him forget.

With the game already decided with under three minutes left in regulation at AT&T Center, Stewart probably just wanted to get it over with and go home. Johnson, however, gave Stewart one nasty parting gift before he left Texas and this encounter with the Spurs.

The 21-year-old guard Spurs guard got his defender fooled with a nice pump fake as he made a strong move to the rim. His teammate Jacob Poeltl cleared the path for him by boxing out Stewart.

By the time the Pistons center could recover, it was already too late. Johnson already gathered enough momentum and cocked the ball back before detonating a right-handed hammer over Stewart, giving the Spurs reason to roar with delight.

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Looks like Miles Bridges got himself some competition for Dunk of the Year. The Spurs came away with an easy 106-91 win over the cellar-dwelling Pistons. Apart from his highlight poster, Johnson also pitched in 10 points. seven boards, and two dimes in 30 minutes of action. Stewart, for his part, had eight points and 13 rebounds for Detroit.