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Bucks guard Brandon Knight threw down a powerful, one-handed dunk during Tuesday night's game against the Suns in Milwaukee. With about five minutes remaining in the third quarter, Knight received a short pass from Jared Dudley near the free throw line. After setting his feet, Knight leapt off two feet, cocked the ball behind his head and jamming it with one hand.

By SI Wire
January 06, 2015

Bucks guard Brandon Knight threw down a powerful, one-handed dunk during Tuesday night's game against the Suns in Milwaukee.

With about five minutes remaining in the third quarter, Knight received a short pass from Jared Dudley near the free throw line. After setting his feet, Knight leapt, cocked the ball behind his head and jammed it with one hand.

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The 23-year-old has improved his numbers across the board this season, posting career-highs in points per game (20.1), assists per game (5.7) and steals per game (1.6), among other categories.

This wasn't Knight's only highlight dunk on the night. Earlier in the quarter, he flushed the ball with one hand on the fast break. That followed another impressive jam from teammate Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Entering Tuesday, the Bucks (18-17) had won four of their last six games.

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