Giannis Antetokounmpo ran three-quarters of the court in two dribbles and dunked the ball.
Antetokounmpo went from the opposite three-point line to the Bucks' free throw line before taking off to dunk.
Antetokounmpo is having an MVP-caliber season and widely considered the best player in the NBA.
Giannis Antetokounmpo regularly makes the extraordinary look ordinary, but it is sometimes worth taking an extra moment to appreciate his physical gifts.
Like on Sunday, in the Milwaukee Bucks' 125-115 win over the Dallas Mavericks, when Antetokounmpo ran three-quarters of the court in just two dribbles and threw down a dunk.
Antetokounmpo caught the ball on the opposing three-point line and managed to make it just inside of his own free throw line in less than 10 strides before rising up for the dunk.
(And no, this isn't a travel).
Of course, Antetokounmpo has been doing this type of thing since his younger days, back when the title "Greek Freak" was more of a catchy idea than a reality.
Now, Antetokounmpo may very well be the best and most dominant player in the NBA. The 27-year-old, two-time MVP is averaging 30.9 points, 11.4 rebounds, and 5.0 assists per game this year for the 14-5 Bucks.
Mavericks point guard Luka Doncic, an MVP candidate in his own right, called Antetokounmpo the best player in the world.
"He's the best player in the NBA right now," Doncic told reporters. "He's almost impossible to stop. It's really fun to see him play, but it's not that fun to go against him."
Case in point, another jaw-dropping highlight, at Doncic's expense:
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