Cavaliers rookie forward Andrew Wiggins was in No. 1 overall pick form on Monday, throwing down a sensational dunk off a quick spin move during Cleveland's Summer League game against Philadelphia at the Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas.
The sideline view provides some context for the elevation Wiggins achieved coming out of his spin, which split three defenders.
This slow-motion, baseline view shows how quickly Wiggins went from idea to finished product, finishing the play past 2013 lottery pick Nerlens Noel.
Seconds later, Wiggins showed off his elite athleticism again, this time on the other end, swatting a Noel lay-up attempt out of bounds to the sideline.
Cleveland took a 48-29 lead into halftime thanks to 11 points from Wiggins' fellow Canadian, Anthony Bennett.
Although Wiggins' name has been floated in trade rumors involving the likes of Kevin Love, the former Kansas Jayhawk could team with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving to form one of the most talented and athletic cores in the NBA.