The Sacramento Kings got a 108-92 victory over the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night, and that was even without DeMarcus Cousins (after the star big man was suspended thanks to a technical foul picked up with 1.1 seconds left on Monday against the Bulls).

Kings seven-footer Willie Cauley-Stein was solid off the bench against the Celtics, scoring 14 points, pulling down five rebounds, and dishing out four assists. And the former Kentucky Wildcat put the exclamation point on Sacramento’s win with this VICIOUS alley-oop dunk he threw down in the fourth quarter:

That’s an absurd dunk, and one Boston’s Amir Johnson may never recover from.

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