Zach LaVine nearly pulled off an astounding 360-dunk from the free-throw line that has fans clamoring for him to be in the Dunk Contest

Zach LaVine nearly pulled off an astounding 360-dunk from the free-throw line that has fans clamoring for him to be in the Dunk Contest


  • This weekend the most significant stars in the NBA are heading to Chicago to take part in All-Star Weekend.
  • Two-time Dunk Contest champion Zach LaVine is not set up to compete this year, however a video of the Bulls guard attempting a 360- dunk from the free-throw line has fans requiring him to make a surprise look.
  • While LaVine didn’t complete the dunk in the video that’s gone viral, he’s close adequate to believe that he could toss it down in competitors.
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Zach LaVine left fans in awe after a video of LaVine nearly tossing down a 360- dunk from the free-throw line made the rounds online.

LaVine is a two-time NBA Slam Dunk Contest champ, having taken the title in back-to-back years in 2015 and2016 But in spite of the reality that Chicago is hosting this year’s All-Star festivities, the Bulls guard is not set up to make a look in the contest this year.

Ever the showman, LaVine chose that he didn’t need to be taking part in the Dunk Contest to leave NBA fans delirious with his aerial talents.

As more fans discovered the video on Twitter, some started requiring LaVine to join the contest as a late entrant to offer him the chance to attempt the vicious dunk in competitors.

— Kylyn (@kyhoops5) February 14, 2020

— Mason West (@MasonMDubbsWest) February 14, 2020

— 6IX23 AM (@ 6IX23 AM) February 14, 2020

— Danendra Adiwidya Hartono (@Mas_Danen) February 14, 2020

In 2016, LaVine won what is considered by many to be the best Dunk Contest in NBA history, outlasting Aaron Gordon in an amazing back-and-forth fight.

With Gordon back in the competition this year, the thought of the 2 reigniting their rivalry has some fans drooling.

— kevin (@kevcharles112) February 14, 2020

LaVine will be in Chicago for All-Star Weekend, taking part in the Three-Point Contest, so the concept of a surprise run-in at the Dunk Contest is not out of the concern.

If LaVine does end up making a look, there’s a great chance we already know what dunk he’ll be trying.

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