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NBA Top Shot This: Miles Bridges posterizes Clint Capela in potential Dunk of the Year

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#NBATopShotThis: Miles Bridges posterizes Clint Capela

You now have some competition, Anthony Edwards.

In a close loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday (ET), Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges threw down the potential Dunk of the Year when he posterized centre Clint Capela, who is one of the league's leading shot blockers this season, late in the fourth quarter.

Bridges finished the game with a team-high 23 points (9-17 FG) to go along with seven rebounds, two assists and one steal.

Bridges had 58 dunks on the season prior to Sunday's matchup with the Hawks, putting him behind only 20 players for most in the league.

Bridges currently has four different moments on Top Shot, all of which are dunks. The top sale for one of his moments is $6,500 (USD).

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