Anthony Edwards Elevates Dunking Legacy With Jaw-Dropping Self-Alley-Oop Against Grizzlies

Photo: Instagram/Anthony Edwards

Minnesota Timberwolves' standout, Anthony Edwards, showcased his in-game dunking prowess in spectacular fashion during Thursday's 118-103 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies. 

Late in the third quarter, Edwards, facing defensive pressure, astonished fans and teammates alike by executing a self-alley-oop off the backboard, capping it off with a thunderous jam.

In a post-game interview, Edwards declared the move as "probably my best dunk of my career," and commentators echoed the sentiment.

Photo: Instagram/Anthony Edwards

Kevin Harlan's enthusiastic call, "Swashbuckling and slamming!" perfectly captured the electrifying moment.

The 28-point performance, combined with five rebounds and five assists, solidified Edwards' reputation as a dynamic force on the court. 


Reflecting on the unconventional play, Edwards explained, "I pretty much did a double between-the legs... I might as well try it. I seen somebody do it in the All-Star Game. It did work."

While this dunk added another chapter to Edwards' highlight reel, it followed a remarkable slam against the Detroit Pistons earlier in the week. 


Despite not being a high-volume dunker, Edwards continues to captivate fans with his creative and explosive displays, leaving many to wonder if he'll ever grace the Slam Dunk Contest at All-Star Weekend.


As the Timberwolves enjoy regular-season success, Edwards' commitment to delivering unforgettable moments keeps fans eagerly anticipating what incredible feats he'll achieve next. (Source: CBS Sports)

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