The best part just might be that he made a security-camera mixtape of the whole thing.
The King of the Cleveland Cavaliers sent this dunk on the Portland Trail Blazers center to the photo shop for printing.
This block looks like something out of Mortal Kombat.
In retrospect, it almost makes you forget that they lost to the Nets. Almost.
Just listen to the parents losing their minds at the sheer grace and power. Because honestly, it's hard to believe you're seeing it even in a video.
To pour some Morton on that wound, the ball somehow, magically rocked back to slap his defender on the back.
Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to say goodbye to what remains of Enes Kanter. Because he dead.
Go easy on 'em next time, Karl.
The Cavs went on to defeat the Knicks 107-93 at Madison Square Garden.
Jason Terry and Dwight Howard teamed up for a great give-and-go and Dwight dunked it all over the Andrew Bogut and Draymond Green.
It's been less than six months since Paul George's terrifying leg injury, but he's back on the court and dunking again. Get ready.