Paul George hit a windmill dunk for the Indiana Pacers last night in their clash with the Atlanta Hawks.
With just under two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the Pacers forward left defenders for dead as he raced to the basket.
After stealing the ball in his own half, George took the ball to the basket and was able to extend Indiana's lead to six.
The Pacers went on to win the game 89-84 and keep their place at the top of the Eastern conference ahead of the trailing Miami Heat.
Atlanta meanwhile sit in fourth in the conference and will hope their next match against the New Orleans Pelicans will bring better fortune than last night's defeat.