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Watch Andrew Wiggins' produce incredible dunk of the year that will wow LeBron James

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Andrew Wiggins learnt this week that he will begin his NBA career playing alongside LeBron James in Cleveland.

And judging by his skills as the Cavaliers warmed up for an Summer League game this weekend, the number one overall pick of the 2014 NBA draft was keen to impress.

The sensational 360-degree, behind-the-back dunk, seen above via the NBA's official YouTube account, leads to the crowd letting out gasps of shock and who can blame them.

Meanwhile the Cavs 2013 no. 1 pick Anthony Bennett can't help but smile as he watches Wiggins outdo his entire rookie season in the NBA in one fell swoop.

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Incredible Talent

Just like LeBron James, Andrew Wiggins joined the Cleveland Cavaliers as the number one overall pick in his draft class. But unlike James, the 19-year-old out of Ontario spent one year in college - a year in which he proved that the skills on show above are not a one off.

In 35 games for Kansas Wiggins averaged 17.1 points whilst shooting .448% from field goal range, and his athleticism led to him topping mock drafts for much of his one year in college basketball.

It looks like he is going to be able to transfer that to the pros, and with the Cavaliers news being dominated by LeBron James in recent days Wiggins certainly got people talking about him once again this weekend.

Cavaliers looking good

The prospect of seeing LeBron James, Andrew Wiggins and Kyrie Irving lighting it up on offense at the Quickens Loans Arena is something every NBA fan is intrigued to see.

Some reports have suggested Wiggins could however be used as a makeweight in a potential deal to bring All-Star Kevin Love to Cleveland, but after watching this dunk Cavs fans will be hoping that their franchise's front office can find a way of bringing all four together.

Then we might be seeing 360, behind the back dunks in the 2015 NBA playoffs down in Cleveland.

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