Reigning dunk contest champion Zach LaVine continues to make big plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Zach LaVine won the dunk contest back in February with absolute ease, and now he continues to embarrass defenders with big dunks on the court.
LaVine grabbed the rebound Wednesday night against the Toronto Raptors and went coast-to-coast and drove right around Terrance Ross, double-pumped, and threw down the two-handed slam embarrassing Ross in his wake.
The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted the 6’5 point guard LaVine out of UCLA in the 2014 NBA Draft with the 13th overall pick and his high-flying capabilities have continued to impress in his rookie season. In his last two games with the Timberwolves, the shifty point guard has 20 points and 18 points.
The Minnesota Timberwolves may be tanking with their Western Conference worst record at 14-52, but rookie Zach LaVine continues to be a bright spot, giving fans what they want to see around the rim from the high flyer.
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