Given that the they have possessed comfortably the worst record in the NBA for most of the 2014 season to date, Monday's nights home clash against the Los Angeles Clippers was always likely to be a tall order for the Milwaukee Bucks.
And so it proved as Doc Rivers' team, led by 25 points from sixth-man-of-the-year candidate Jamal Crawford, eased to a resounding 115-86 win at BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Another Clipper in form was power forward Blake Griffin. The 24-year-old, who was recently voted as Western Conference starter for the keenly-anticipated 2014 All-Star game in New Orleans, had 20 points on the night and also more than lived up to his reputation as a human highlight reel.
The former Oklahoma Sooner has built up somewhat of a reputation for flashy and gravity-defying dunks since entering the league in 2009 and such astonishing athleticism was on display for all to see in Milwaukee as he caused havoc and produced three eye-catching slams.
Watch footage of Griffin's three impressive dunks in the video above - with many thanks to NBA.com for bringing it to our attention.