Jordan Clarkson claims Zach LaVine has yet to show us his best dunk

If Zach LaVine can do this dunk, it'll change the dunk contest forever.
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Zach Lavine is undeniably the best dunker in the NBA right now.

He’s almost single-handedly brought the dunk contest back into relevance over the past two seasons, and there’s no telling how long his run of All-Star Saturday night dominance will go on for.

According to Los Angeles Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson it could be a while, as LaVine hasn’t even debuted his best dunk yet:

That would be the best dunk in dunk contest history, and it might not even be close.

The degree of difficulty behind putting the ball through your legs twice — whether scissor-kicking or not — is almost unfathomable, and would entrench LaVine in the discussion with Vince Carter, Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins as one of the greatest dunkers in NBA history (if he’s not there already).

The way LaVine effortlessly glides through the air makes it seem possible, though, no matter how ridiculous it sounds.

Like Clarkson said, it’s like a cheat code straight out of a video game — the NBA Live series, to be exact.

Perhaps LaVine will debut it in 2017? Three-peat, anyone?

Jovan Buha covers the NBA for FOX Sports. Follow him on Twitter: @jovanbuha.