Blake Griffin delivered the dunk of the season on a rim-rattling slam over Kendrick Perkins to highlight the Los Angeles Clippers' 112-100 victory over the NBA-leading Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday.
Griffin, the reigning slam dunk champion, took a pass from Chris Paul early in the third quarter and elevated above a defenseless Perkins before slamming the ball viciously through the hoop with his right hand.
The highlight gave the Clippers a 21-point lead and helped to snap the Thunder's four-game winning streak.
Paul orchestrated the victory with 26 points and 14 assists while Griffin and Caron Butler added 22 points each as Los Angeles got their second win over a top Western Conference team in as many games, having beaten Denver on Sunday.
Kevin Durant scored a game-high 36 points and had 13 rebounds while Russell Westbrook had 31 but the Thunder (16-4) fell behind by 11 after the first quarter and never recovered.
The Clippers (12-60 led by seven late in the second before making four successive three-pointers to grab an 18-point halftime lead.