Video: Wolves' Ronny Turiaf outjumps Kobe Bryant

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New Timberwolves center Ronny Turiaf is on record. He has outjumped Laker great Kobe Bryant.

A few years ago, Bryant proved to the world that he could leap over a speeding sports car. Or, he proved to the world that he could doctor video to make it look like he could leap over a speeding sports car. Anyway, it's chronicled in this YouTube clip, seen 6.1 million times:

Turiaf, however, decided it was time for a response. He tried the same stunt, but with a monster truck, seen on YouTube 109,000 times:

OK, it's actually pretty stupid. But that didn't stop the world from giving Turiaf a little well-deserved attention. Now go help the Timberwolves win 50 games.

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