LaVine steals the spotlight at dunk contest

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Minnesota Timberwolves shooting guard Zach LaVine took the NBA world by storm during the Slam Dunk contest at the All-Star weekend earlier this year, and the 20-year-old has given a sneak peak of what to expect if he decides to defend his title at next year's dunk contest. 

Putting on a show for those in attendance at the Seattle Pro-Am dunk contest this weekend, one of LaVine's most impressive dunks came when he threw the ball to himself off the wall and dunked it in one-handed. 

However, LaVine took it to a new level when he broke out a reverse between-the-legs dunk that most people could only dream of doing.

Many believe that LaVine's performance at the 2015 NBA Slam Dunk contest was as good as Vince Carter's in 2000, and with moves like this and a lot of time to prepare for the next dunk contest, time will only tell what this 20-year-old will think of next.