The 2014 NBA All-Star Weekend may be a few weeks away but Indiana Pacers guard Paul George decided the give the highlight a grade-A dunk anyway.
He and the rest of his scrappy squad are rolling at the top of the East Coast, at a Conference-best record at 32-7. Last night, January 18, they handily dealt with the visiting Los Angeles Clippers.
While enjoying a comfortable 20-point lead with roughly six minutes to go, George intercepted a pass for a fast break and decided to hop up and get his Vince Carter on.
In what many are already crowning the “Dunk of the Year,” George performed an one-hand 360° windmill streak, awakening a slumping crowd who already knew their home town was coasting to the win.
It’s not often you seen anything Top 10 worthy in garbage time minutes so George gets extra style points on that alone.
View the visual sickness of George’s dunk in the clip below.
Photo: Frank McGrath/Indiana Pacers
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