LaVine brought it on his first dunk, earning a 50 with a behind-the-back reverse slam.
For his second dunk, LaVine took from the free-throw line and caught an alleyoop from Andre Miller. Thanks to judge Shaquille O'Neal, LaVine got a 49 on this dunk. O'Neal was the only judge to give LaVine a 9 out of 10 on this dunk.
On his third dunk, LaVine caught the ball with one hand and then did a 360 slam.
For his fourth dunk, LaVine went for another electrifying dunk by doing a windmill slam from the free-throw line.
On his fifth dunk, LaVine took off from the baseline, brought ball the in-between his legs and then did a reverse slam.
To close out the competition, LaVine did yet another free-throw line dunk. But this time he brought the ball in-between his legs before slamming it home with one hand.
And that's how LaVine won the 2016 Dunk Contest.