The Tokyo Olympics are in full force and we always see some extraordinary plays during this wild competition.
So, this is the perfect time to look back at some of the most amazing dunks that we've seen before.
Take a look!
Team USA's Russell Westbrook's insane dunk on Juan Gutierrez of Argentina had Kevin Durant dancing on the sidelines. They eventually took a 126-97 victory home.
While playing against Spain, Russia's Timofey Mozgov dunked on Pao Gasol and Fernando San Emeterio. This incredible hammer had to make it to the list.
This dunk by the Australian women's basketball team's Liz Cambage went down in history as the first dunk by a woman in Olympic history.
This started off with an incredible steal by Kevin Durant and a pass to LeBron James running towards the rim and BAM!
This one-hand dunk by Yao Ming against Angola in 2008 defines Ming's dominance in the best way possible. It looked absolutely effortless thanks to his height.
Another steal, and another blind pass to Michael Jordan running towards the rim had him jumping sky-high against Angola and dropping a dunk we just can't forget.
Dunking isn't a very big achievement for a basketball player but doing it on 7'4" Yao Ming is commendable and to do it so beautifully... Gasol deserves a big ovation.
Kobe's dunks are missed and watching this will give anyone major nostalgia. He grabbed the ball and made the run for the basket and with no one there to guard him, Kobe became creative and pulled off a 360 turn in the air before his dunk against Angola.
Dwight Howard has been dunked on plenty, but it's got to be very embarrassing when it happens in the Olympics, thanks to Rudy Fernandez.
This is an all-time iconic dunk in the history of basketball, not just the Olympics. Vince Carter intercepted a pass against France in the backcourt but 7'2" Frederic Weis was in the way. But Carter practically jumped over him, what looked like an air split, and threw down a slam that has lived on forever.