Must see: Zach LaVine posterized Alex Len with this dunk

Looks like Alex Len just got posterized.
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Zach LaVine is know for his jaw dropping dunks – having won back-to-back to Slam Dunk Contests at the NBA All-Star Weekend – but this one may be his best yet.

During the 1st quarter of the Timberwolves and Suns game on Friday night, LaVine posterized 7-foot, 1-inch Alex Len who's about six inches taller than LaVine.

Zach LaVine. Oh my!@Timberwolves and @Suns on @fsnorth now! pic.twitter.com/ElCEtTfEVY

— FOX Sports North (@fsnorth) November 26, 2016

Here's a few other looks at the dunk.

ESPN is even calling it an early candidate for dunk of the year. The sensational dunk on Friday night comes a few days after the internet went insane over a LaVine dunk in practice, too.

What dunk will he pull off next?! In the meantime we'll continue to sit here with our jaws on the floor...

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