NBA Star Zach LaVine Proves That He's Capable Of Dunking Anything
May 30, 2015
LaVine grew up in Washington state and was honored as the state's top high school player in 2012. He then attended UCLA on a full scholarship, but elected to enter the draft after being named as top freshman in the Pacific-12 Conference. LaVine played for the Minnesota Timberwolves his rookie season and, besides the Slam Dunk Championship, he was also named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team.
Pure Sweat Basketball works to support basketball players in playing to their full potential, regardless of the league. They train and/or consult multiple NBA and elite collegiate basketball players, and they offer both personalized skill workouts and consulting services. Although not their area of focus, they also host team workouts and have worked all over the globe.
YouTube channel PureSweatBasketball recently uploaded a video after a workout with Zach LaVine. Without a doubt, LaVine is always being asked to dunk since he is the reigning NBA Slam Dunk Champion. This time, he clearly was not just asked to dunk - he was asked to dunk a football off of multiple, perfectly-spiraled alley-oops.