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The Dunk of The Year Just Came From The Most Unexpected Place

No, the dunk didn't happen during a fast break in an NCAA Tournament game.

It wasn't LeBron James or Kevin Durant or Kobe Bryant who did it, either. It didn't even happen during an NBA game. This latest bit of madness in March came via an unexpected source: the NBA Development League.

During a Thursday game between Iowa Energy and the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, former NBA player DJ Stephens rose up, and, well, he basically delivered the dunk of the year.

What makes the dunk better was the behind-the-back pass and the lob that preceded it. Speaking of which, with dunks like this, Stephens would fit in perfectly with Lob City.

Just sayin'.