Mac McClung has played in just two NBA games, but he’s now one of the most popular basketball players on the planet.
The 24-year-old grew fame way back in high school for his insane hops, and he showed them off – and some – to win the 2023 NBA Slam Dunk Contest.
He scored 999 points out of a possible 1,000.
McClung signed a two-way contract with the Philadelphia 76ers earlier this week to participate, and he did not disappoint.
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On his first dunk, he jumped over two people, tapped the ball with the backboard, and finished with a behind-the-head two-handed slam.
That was just a preview of what was to follow. His second dunk was a two-handed 360 reverse windmill. Read that again (this was the dunk that somehow got a 49).
Those two dunks put him in the finals against Trey Murphy III, and it was quite frankly no contest.
On his first dunk of the championship round, he did a double-pump.
To clinch the win, he channeled his inner Tony Hawk and pulled off a 540 while rocking his high school jersey.
McClung played one game with the Chicago Bulls and another with the Los Angeles Lakers – he spent his college days at both Georgetown and Texas Tech.
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Who knows if this will garner some legitimate playing time with the Sixers, but can you blame anyone for buying tickets just to see him dunk in pregame warmups?