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Former Heat executive suing team for alleged backlash to maternity leave

On a night when Zion Williamson bent the backboard, Charlotte’s Miles Bridges may have had the dunk of the night.

Team USA in the All-Star Friday night Rising Stars game had just taken the lead on a pair of Devonte Graham back-to-back deep threes, the Americans were starting to pull away, and then Graham’s teammate Miles Bridges did this.

MILES ISN’T PLAYING AROUND 👀 #NBARisingStars pic.twitter.com/MVMhmy1T9U

— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) February 15, 2020

That. Was. Nasty.

One-handed with authority.

If you want to know how impressive it was, watch the reaction of Trae Young and Ja Morant on the USA bench.