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These McDonalds All-Americans just dunked all over everyone

Courtesy of McDonald's

Watch Andrew Wiggins and the rest of the McDonalds All-Americans put on a show in the McDonald's dunk contest Monday night in Chicago.

It's always a good sign when any dunk contest ends and people are calling it the best ever. Monday's McDonald's All-American dunk contest may not be quite that great, but only because it's hard to top James White vs. David Lee in 2001. Or Vince Carter and Paul Pierce in 1995, because any dunk contest with Vince Carter involved automatically beats all other dunk contests.

But even if it wasn't technically the best high school dunk contest of all time, future no. 1 pick Andrew Wiggins and his classmates Aaron Gordon, Jabari Parker, and Chris Walker still put on a show that was a thousand times better than the NBA dunk contest for the past 10 years. Here's video of a Wiggins dunk that earned a perfect 60 and nearly caused a riot, and below you can see the full highlights and drown in a oceans of dunks.

Everything here is outrageous, but pay special attention to Chris Walker (49 seconds), who wound up winning the whole thing.

It's always good to start your day with dunks.

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