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Andrew Wiggins's 360 behind-the-back dunk

Canadian No. 1 NBA draft pick pulled off a ridiculous 360 behind-the-back dunk during warm-ups for an NBA Summer League game.

Canadian No. 1 NBA pick throws down athletic dunk in Summer League warm-up

Canadian No. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins will get to play alongside LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers this upcoming season. (Garrett Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images)

Canadian Andrew Wiggins proved over the weekend that gravity can barely contain him. 

He also laughed in the face of the laws of physics after pulling off a ridiculous 360 behind-the-back dunk during warm-ups for an NBA Summer League game.

The six-foot-eight, 200-pound No. 1 overall pick hasn't even played a NBA game yet, but opposing defenders got a taste of what may be in store already. 

And if that wasn't enough watch it again, because it's well worth it: 

Are there a few dunk competitions in this kid's future?

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