Zach LaVine's Behind-the-Back Jam Is Something to See

NBA prospect Zach LaVine put his 46-inch vertical leap to good use by throwing himself an alley-oop and converting an extremely difficult behind-the-back jam. While it’s unlikely the UCLA product will get a chance to use this skill in a game, it’s nice to know he has it in his bag of tricks.

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[H/T: Bleacher Report]

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