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On Sunday, Jordan Kilganon won the Shut Up and Play dunk contest in Berlin, Germany, with a reverse jam that left him hanging by the cubital fossae (or elbow pits) on the basketball rim.

What makes Kilganon’s acrobatics even more impressive, is the fact he is only an inch over six feet tall.


Kilganon first blew up on social media when his “Lost and Found” dunk was posted to YouTube in May. The slick one-armed, behind-the-back jam has been viewed close to five million times.


Coming in second place in Shut Up and Play, was two-time FIBA World Dunk Champion Rafal “Lipek” Lipinski.

Lipek executed a high-flying 360 dunk over four crouching men, passing the ball under his legs en route.


Meanwhile, over in Amsterdam, Kristaps Dārgais claimed top honors in the FIBA 3×3 Euro Tour dunk contest with a pair a dazzling slams.

Which dunk do you like better — under both legs or the Tamalah Reverse?