Payne, Dawson dunk back-to-back in 3.7 seconds

NBA Hall of Famer Reggie Miller once scored eight points in 11 seconds. The Spartans had a quick – albeit less memorable – outburst of their own in Sunday’s defeat at Indiana. In a span of 3.7 seconds, Adreian Payne slammed home Travis Trice‘s miss and Branden Dawson, after stealing the ensuing inbound pass, dunked again. Yes, that’s two dunks in less than four seconds. Some teams don’t get two dunks in an entire game! Watch the sequence now.

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It was an exciting moment, no doubt. CBS announcer Kevin Harlan seemed to enjoy it, too, yelling: “Oh, it’s a circus in here!”

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