Larry Nance Jr.'s latest dunk leaves Nets, Lakers baffled


Larry Nance Jr. does not care about other players' feelings.

The Los Angeles Lakers' forward added to his list of people he's dunked on this season in the third quarter of his team's 107 - 97 loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday. While he finished with just six points, two of them brought everybody in the Barclays Center to their feet.

Nance drove to the basket with three Brooklyn defenders under the hoop but decided to take flight anyway.

Despite Brook Lopez's best effort, Nance completed his dunk as teammate Timofey Mozgov ran up the court, holding his head in disbelief. The Lakers bench erupted with Metta World Peace's reaction mirroring Mozgov's. 

This is not the first time Nance has posterized an innocent soul this season.

During a 117-97 win over the Golden State Warriors on November 4, Nance dunked over veteran David West, caressing his scalp on the way down. The jam was labeled an early dunk of the year candidate but Wednesday's effort may have surpassed it.

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