Ngata Quite The Athlete

Kansas City Royals v Baltimore Orioles
(Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

For a 330-pound man, Haloti Ngata is quite an athlete.

Ngata is an accomplished rugby player (could you imagine this beast in a scrum?)

Here he shows that he has hops as well, as the southpaw slams one home from a standstill under the basket.

 

Video courtesy of Miles Goodman and the Coach’s Buzz

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2 Raves on “Ngata Quite The Athlete

  1. Cheri on said:

    Seeing this picture but is it me or does it seem the Ravens do more support of the Orioles then the other way around. Maybe I am way off base here but besides seeing some Ravens players going to Orioles games I have also seen different Ravens players in and around town wearing Orioles cap/jersey I never see any Orioles doing that for the Ravens. With a very few exceptions.
    Maybe I am still bitter from 2001 when the Orioles did not honor any Ravens at their games and that scheduling fiasco from last year. Sorry Tony for getting off topic yes Holoti is a hell of an athlete amazing what he is able to do for a man of his size.

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