No surprise, high-flying Zach LaVine’s first NBA basket is an alley-oop dunk
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It wasn’t a spectacular dunk and it wasn’t in a NBA game or even preseason game but high-flying Zach LaVine’s first basket in the NBA was a dunk. If we didn’t have enough signs in the past couple of months that Zach was going to be one of the most exciting rookies in the league and a future Slam Dunk Contest winner then this was another.
But if you want to see some real sick dunks by Zach in a TWolves uni then check out the dunks he, along with fellow Ballislife All-American Glenn Robinson III, threw down at the TWolves Open Scrimmage earlier in the week.
But so much is being made about Zach’s above the rim game but don’t sleep on his outside game.
Glad to got that first game under my belt. Disappointed in loss but we played good! lets get it tomorrow #wolves
— Zach LaVine (@ZachLaVine) July 13, 2014