Victor Oladipo May Have Ended This Poor Camper’s Basketball Career With This Vicious Windmill Dunk Over Him

New OKC Thunder guard and former Sporting News National Player of the Year Victor Oladipo has kind of flown under the radar since being drafted second overall by the Orlando Magic back in 2013. Oladipo was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team and has produced decently solid numbers since joining the league (16 ppg), but when you’re on a perpetually meddling team who hasn’t made the playoffs since 2012 and haven’t made it out of the first round since 2010, it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle.

Victor’s most notable NBA achievement to date may very well be the outrageous 540 degree dunk he executed in the 2015 dunk contest, followed by a half-decent rendition of Sinatra’s “New York, New York.”

It looks like Oladipo is still springing off the floor, if this video of him ending a camper’s life is any indication.

My God. Violent.

Another angle.

Never forget the time he banged it over Bron Bron back in December of 2014.

Looking forward to see how Oladipo fits in with an OKC team that everyone expects to not even suit up this season.

P.S. Don’t try this at home.


[h/t FTW]

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