Indiana Pacers guard Paul George didn’t even warm up before performing his never-before-seen slam. He throws down 360-degree, through-the-legs windmill dunk in Shanghai.  The world was alerted to the birth of this ungainly beast by LeBron James.

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James’ report was later confirmed by YouTube user KZ15220, who shared video of George’s dunk at the Festival of Sport event in China (Note: It’s the second dunk in the video):

If the dunk looks familiar to you, it might be because George’s Shanghai slam resembles the 360-degree windmill that he completed at the 2012 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest during NBA All-Star Weekend, though he’s since added the extra wrinkle (and difficulty) of going through his legs in mid-spin. If the dunk doesn’t look familiar to you, it might be because George did that February dunk in the dark while wearing glow-in-the-dark stripes on his jersey, marking arguably the worst decision of a dunk contest that saw Chase Budinger both pretend to be Cedric Ceballos and jump over Diddy, which is saying something.

WRITTEN BY Dan Devine | Ball Don’t Lie & FULL STORY HERE