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Zion Williamson throws down 360 windmill dunk

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Zion Williamson added another jaw-dropping dunk in the layup lines on the first night of the second live evaluation period.

Williamson and his SC Supreme team took on Each 1 Teach 1 at the Hoopseen Best of the South at the LakePoint Sporting Community in greater Atlanta.

The 6-foot-7 power forward threw down a 360 windmill dunk during his pregame routines.

Each 1 Teach 1 would pick up a 70-67 victory over SC Supreme. Williamson would end with a monster stat line of 37 points and seven rebounds.

5-foot-10 high schooler dunks over 6-foot-7 man

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Alex Caldwell is a rising senior point guard in South Carolina.

On Thursday night, he made the play of his prep career, at a Boys State event of all places.

Caldwell, a 5-foot-10 floor general, cleared a 6-foot-7 adult on his way to a one-handed slam in front of a packed gym of participants at the American Legion-sponsored program.

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Caldwell has a recruiting page on ESPN, which lists him as a three-star recruit. Verbal Commits claims he holds scholarship offers from South Carolina State, College of Charleston, Winthrop, and as recent has three weeks ago, offers from Austin Peay and East Carolina.

He is playing for the Upward Stars on the adidas Uprising circuit. He’s averaging 12.3 points and 3.0 rebounds per game.

POSTERIZED: Dillon Brooks goes over Anigbogu

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Dillon Brooks may have a balky foot, but it’s not stopping him from throwing down on dudes.

The Oregon junior viciously dunked on 6-foot-10 UCLA freshman Ike Anigbogu early in the top-10 matchup between the Ducks and Bruins at Pauley Pavilion on Thursday.

Brooks missed all of the summer and the start of the year due to surgery on his foot, and then missed time when he sprained it last month.

He looks to be fine now, though.

POSTERIZED: Miles Bridges puts on a dunk-show for Michigan State

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No team in the country needed a get-right game as badly as No. 13 Michigan State did, and they got it on Friday night.

The Spartans beat Mississippi Valley State so badly I didn’t even bother checking the final score. I just checked the highlights.

Because … well, because Miles Bridges is a bad, bad man:

VIDEO: Eighth grader throws down impressive dunk

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It’s that time of year when the exploits of young players in grassroots tournaments will gain more attention, as players are looking to improve their profiles and fan bases are wondering “who’s next” in the recruiting world. One player people will likely hear more about in the coming years is 2020 guard Kyree Walker, who made multiple highlight shows with the dunk he threw down this weekend.

On the break Walker threw the ball off the backboard and converted a one-handed dunk over an opponent. Not sure just how old Walker is (one site listed him as being 14, with another having him as 15 years old), but this is a quality finish nonetheless.

POSTERIZED: Villanova’s Mikal Bridges dunks on Oklahoma defender

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No. 2 Oklahoma made a run at No. 2 Villanova to start the second half, closing to within eight, but just like that Jay Wright’s Wildcats regained control of the game. One of the plays that helped: Mikal Bridges going deep for a pass over the Oklahoma press and dunking on forward Jamuni McNeace.

Just as good as the dunk is the pass by Kris Jenkins, who hit Bridges on the money with a baseball pass thrown flat-footed.

And the questions of how NRG Stadium would impact the teams’ shooting haven’t applied to the Wildcats, who halfway through the second half were shooting 70 percent from the field.