The Los Angeles Lakers' Las Vegas Summer League performance was relatively disappointing, with the team only picking up a single meager victory over the Philadelphia 76ers during their time in the desert. However, the least disappointing part of the team was, as many expected, sophomore guard Jordan Clarkson. The former 46th overall pick and All-Rookie first team member quite often looked like the best player on the floor in Vegas, and fittingly was honored with the best dunk of Summer League on the NBA's official countdown video for his utter annihilation of poor Jack Cooley:
Here is a Vine from that game of just Clarkson's dunk, in case you just want to watch it on a loop:
And here is a frame-by-frame breakdown of the crime scene, via the Lakers official Twitter account:
Rise up young man! #LakersSummer pic.twitter.com/8R9kqP1IkC— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) July 17, 2015
If having more talent around him can free Clarkson up to make more plays like this in the 2015-16 season, this year will be much more exciting than the last two for fans of the Lakers.