VIDEO: Paul George goes with the 360 windmill dunk at Drew League
Indiana Pacers' forward Paul George played at the Drew League in Los Angeles, scored 33 points, and dropped a 360 windmill dunk on a fastbreak.
While Orlando and Las Vegas summer leagues are a fun chance to see the next stars of the NBA who were just drafted, the pro-am leagues around the country are a phenomenal way to see what the current stars are doing during the offseason. For Indiana Pacers' star Paul George, he's still impressing crowds with big dunks in games, no matter what the competition is.
At the infamous Drew League in Los Angeles, George had a breakaway opportunity and didn't disappoint when he had a chance to give the crowd something special. George gave us a look at the 360 windmill he pulled off against the Clippers during the regular season. He finished with 33 points in the game for a team also containing Nick Young.
(H/T - ProBasketballTalk)
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