The Knicks were trailing 111-110 in the final 30 seconds of the fourth quarter against the Wizards on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden, when Carmelo Anthony put up a jumper to try to give the Knicks the lead. Melo’s shot missed, and Wizards point guard John Wall came down with the long rebound, before then making an insane play that very few people on the planet can make.

Watch Wall go full-speed and put an absurd behind-the-back dribbling move on Brandon Jennings, before finishing with a dunk to put the Wizards up 113-110:

Just crazy abilities there, and a perfect showcase for why Wall is a star and the former No. 1 pick of the NBA Draft.

Wall’s dunk would serve as the final points scored on the night… as the Knicks had this brutal possession to finish the game:

Wall finished with 29 points and 13 assists.


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