New technology captures insane replays of best NBA All-Star dunks

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New technology used at the NBA All-Star game this weekend captured some of the best slam dunks on display in truly spectacular style.

The TNT Free-D technology uses no less than 24 cameras positioned around the court to capture a series of images and produce a Matrix-esque replay of the action.

The new technology was put to stunning use during the East v West showdown in New Orleans, with the moves of some of the biggest names in the game bought to life in a completely new way for those watching at home.

LeBron James's epic reverse windmill looks particularly spectacular, while Stephan Curry's through-the-legs trick to lay-up is pretty special too.

Check out the best of the action using the new technology in the video above! 

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