The 2024 Slam Dunk Contest concluded with Mac McClung taking the win over Jaylen Brown in the final round. Sealing his victory with a reverse dunk over NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal, McClung won his second-straight Dunk Contest. Still, with what's trending over the internet now, fans are left to wonder what would have happened if Jacob Toppin somehow made the final round of the contest.

In a video being shared all over X (Twitter), Toppin practices a dunk that he supposedly reserved for the final round (assuming he made it). The dunk in question, dubbed the “Two-hand lost and found dunk,” is much better witnessed through a video than described, so please watch the amazing feat below. (clip via Chuck Millan)

Unfortunately for the New York Knicks forward, he would not advance to the finale. Despite a reverse dunk over his brother, Obi Toppin, and a 360 between-the-legs finish, Jacob Toppin wasn't given an opportunity to showcase his hidden weapon to the world.

As the recent video started trending, many fans lamented Toppin's early exit.

A former Kentucky Wildcat, the younger Toppin went undrafted in 2023, resulting in a two-way contract with the Knicks. Then just last week, the team granted the high-flying forward a 10-day contract, fresh off his Dunk Contest appearance.

Throughout the season, Toppin has played in seven NBA games. During New York's Valentine's Day outing against the Orlando Magic, the 23-year-old scored 11 points and grabbed four rebounds.

Spending the majority of the season in the G-League, Jacob Toppin averaged 17.9 points and 7.7 rebounds for the Westchester Knicks. Now, with an NBA roster spot, the younger Toppin has a chance to follow his brother and become a key role player for New York.