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These NBA Slam Dunks Will Blow Your Mind

What is gravity really anyway?

Posted on February 14, 2016, at 1:44 p.m. ET

The NBA All-Star Game on Saturday night in Toronto also featured a slam dunk contest FOR THE AGES.

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There was some pretty incredible showmanship on hand, including this amazing two-hander from Andre Drummond and Steve Nash (who is, apparently, secretly a badass soccer player).

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Very quickly, though, the competition came down to just two players: Aaron Gordon with the Orlando Magic...

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And Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine.

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Let's start with Gordon, though, and this stunning leap that saw him swoop the ball behind his head, into his knees, and then back into the hoop. 👌👌👌

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But his most INCREDIBLE dunk? When he leapt over the Stuff The Magic Dragon mascot as it was riding a hoverboard.

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Let's just take that in again in slow motion.

He may not have won, but Aaron Gordon definitely had the #PlayOfTheNight with this NASTY slam! Powered by @JBLAudio https://t.co/p79rxpA7Qd

Drake had the appropriate reaction...

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Absolutely...

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Unbelievable.

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Sure, that was amazing, but have you ever seen Zach LaVine soar through the air like a mother fucking eagle?!

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Check out this incredible computer-assisted shot of LaVine slammin' like a pro.

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Finally, when he was almost all out of dunks, he remembered there was one he had left — but he'd never really properly tried it before. OH, WHAT THE HELL. HERE GOES NOTHING.

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Let's check in with Drake...

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Yup. It was game over.

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🙌🙌🙌

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