Zach LaVine is the two-time reigning slam-dunk champion for a reason. The 6-foot-5-inch Minnesota Timberwolves guard can jump out of the gym and pull off the most amazing dunks you’ve ever seen.
Take the 2016 NBA Slam Dunk Contest for example. LaVine sealed a close victory over the Orlando Magic’s Aaron Gordon by pulling off a between-the-legs dunk from just inside the free-throw line.
On Wednesday, Timberwolves teammate Andrew Wiggins posted a video on Snapchat of LaVine performing a 360 dunk from the free-throw line with the caption “3 peat?”
It looks like somebody has been busy working on new dunks for the dunk contest.