LA Clippers star nails monster windmill dunk

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Despite the franchise attempting to shed their fanciful reputation for pretty plays and showtime dunks under Doc Rivers this season, the Los Angeles Clippers just cannot resist the opportunity to show off their athleticism with some truly breathtaking jams.

That was the case once again on Monday night during the Clippers' 101-81 victory over the Orlando Magic at Staples Center. 

As is often the case, power forward Blake Griffin was the man responsible for lifting the crowd off of their seats. 

With just under 10 minute  remaining before half-time, the Magic - down 39-20 at this point - missed a shot and the rebound was quickly snapped up by Jamal Crawford.

He then hurled the ball downcourt to Matt Barnes, who proceeded to throw up an enticing alley-oop pass.

Rather than just throw down a routine dunk, however, the 24-year-old three-time All-Star thrilled the watching spectators with a ridiculous windmill slam.

Watch the awesome dunk above - with thanks to for bringing it to our attention.

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