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NBA Top Shot This: Dennis Smith Jr. throws down the huge one handed slam

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NBA Top Shot is a blockchain-based platform that allows fans to buy, sell and trade numbered versions of specific, officially-licensed video highlights from NBA games. You can read more on NBA Top Shot here if you're interested.

These specific moments we select are not associated with NBA Top Shot and will not necessarily be made into a real Top Shot moment. This is simply to highlight some of the best plays in a given night that we believe could be deserving of a special Top Shot moment.

So without further ado, your NBA Top Shot Moment of the day...


Recently acquired by the Detroit Pistons in a trade with the New York Knicks, Dennis Smith Jr. is looking to stay healthy and make the most of increased opportunity.

Starting in his fourth straight game for his new squad, Smith finished with 17 points and six assists on 7-for-13 shooting.

Two of those points came on one of the most impressive dunks of the season so far, as the athletic guard rose up to throw it down ferociously with one hand.

It was the type of play that would be coveted by NBA Top Shot users if it were to eventually become a moment on the platform.

The 23-year-old has several moments already on the marketplace, including this floater that you can grab for $250+ (usd).

For the record, the Pistons lost the game 110-107, but it's not about the end result in the world of NBA Top Shot!

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