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Best of Midnight Madness: Indiana’s Hanner Mosquera-Perea dunks two balls

Jeff Eisenberg
The Dagger

Midnight Madness produces some memorable moments each year, so The Dagger is chronicling the best ones from this year's lineup. If you spot something we missed, let us know here or here.

JaVale McGee and Jeremy Evans aren't the only guys capable of dunking two balls at a time. Indiana sophomore Hanner Mosquera-Perea also pulled off a slam similar to the ones the two pro standouts unveiled at the NBA slam dunk contest the past two years. In one of the preliminary rounds of the dunk contest at Hoosier Hysteria on Friday night, Mosquera-Perea dunked one ball with his right hand off a backboard pass from point guard Yogi Ferrell and then flushed a second ball with his left hand all in the same jump. The dunk earned perfect 10s from all five judges. Amazingly enough, however, Mosquera-Perea didn't win Indiana's dunk contest. Freshman Devin Davis stole the crown on a windmill jam after Mosquera-Perea botched his first two attempts in the finals and settled for a relatively tame reverse jam.

More from the Best of Midnight Madness series:

From dancing to dunks, Andrew Wiggins dazzles in Kansas debut
Charles Barkley coaxed into dancing at Auburn
Indiana's Hanner Mosquera-Perea slams two balls on the same dunk
Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon as Duck Dynasty's 'Uncle Si'

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