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January 7, 2015 at 11:15 AM

Video: Chief Sealth’s Hafid Yassin monster dunk

**Update: The dunk is getting picked up by major sports outlets.

Chief Sealth’s Hafid Yassin got up high, extremely high for this ridiculous dunk last night against Garfield. The Bulldogs won the game 96-55, but Yassin’s dunk, well, see for yourself.

Just how high is Yassin getting? You could argue a Garfield player helped him a bit, but if you pause it as he goes up, I’m not sure how much of a lift Yassin is getting. Take a look at this screenshot. Yassin entire head is above the rim.

Hafid Yassin gets up high for a dunk.

Hafid Yassin gets up high for a dunk.

 

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