The Cleveland Cavaliers wing went behind the back on the reverse jam.
Andrew Wiggins showed exactly why he was the number-one pick in the 2014 NBA Draft with a huge slam at the NBA Summer League.
The former Kansas man displayed the athleticism that saw the Cleveland Cavaliers make him the top pick as he threw down the reverse 360 dunk in warm-ups, and went behind the back for good measure.
Wiggins is at the centre of the Kevin Love trade rumours after the Cavs resigned four-time MVP LeBron James in free agency. Cleveland are looking to acquire Love, but the Minnesota Timberwolves want Wiggins included in any trade package for the all-star big man.
Aside from the dunk, Wiggins has impressed during his first taste of professional basketball. He out-dueled the draft's number-two pick, Milwaukee's Jabari Parker, in their first NBA meeting, dropping 18 points and picking up the 70-68 win. Parker had 17 points and nine rebounds.
The competition between the two young stars is just getting started, and we could see a rivalry develop along the same lines as the one between James and Carmelo Anthony, who were drafted together in 2003.
One thing is for sure, with the athleticism Wiggins showed in his 360 slam he has a chance to be one of the NBA's top players a few years down the line.
Cleveland and Minnesota fans alike will be monitoring the Summer League closely to see just what the top pick can do in the NBA.