PETALUMA, Calif. — Aaron Gordon has jokes.
“You sure?” the Orlando Magic forward asks. “You sure you don’t want my floater package?”
No, Aaron. You’re here to throw down nasty dunks.
We’re inside a cavernous staging studio tucked away amid loading docks and dark glass windows in a Northern California commercial area. A basketball hoop commands center stage, surrounded by cameras plunked on the floor and perched in every corner.
Gordon, along with Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine, is wearing a skintight black bodysuit. The bodysuits — skull caps included — each feature 60 foam and rubber markers with retroreflective tape attached at the players’ joints. Read more…