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Video: Dennis Smith Jr.’s first in-game dunk was a windmill slam

Dennis Smith Jr. has been turning a lot of heads since the start of the season with his solid play for the Dallas Mavericks. His high-flying ways have also made him one of the most exciting rookies to watch this year, as he leaves a lot of people in awe with his highlight-worthy plays.

Proof that he has had the hops and ability to throw down impressive dunks at a young age has also surfaced recently, as a video of him completing a windmill dunk, his first during a game, has been making its rounds on social media.

Dennis Smith Jr. just turned 20 years old last week, and is geared to have a long and successful NBA career. He is also going to be an integral part of the Mavs’ future plans, as they look to become a contender again soon. So far, the 6-foot-3 point guard is giving the Dallas faithful a lot to reason to be optimistic as he averages of 14.3 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 4.3 assists in 28.6 minutes per game.

While there is no doubt that Smith is an athletic and special player, the video that surfaced only goes to show that he has been blessed with his insane talent at a young age. It also explains why he is fond of finishing strong at the basket, as he can dunk the ball with a lot of ease.