Louisville star is busy shattering backboards this summer

One time wasn’t enough for Louisville forward Montrezl Harrell.

Harrell finished his sophomore season with the Cardinals with 98 dunks, which was a single-season school record.

The powerful 6-foot-8 forward then continued his torrid pace in the offseason when he broke a backboard while playing 1-on-1 against Milwaukee Bucks center John Henson.

Well, Harrell was at it again on Sunday, breaking some more glass during a summer league contest in Cincinnati.

Pulling this feat one time is impressive, but doing it again, well that’s just amazing.

Backboards are supposed to be stronger these days, though Harrell appears to be proving otherwise.

Harrell can truly etch his name into basketball immortality if he shatters some glass during a regular-season game this coming season.

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