This 14-year-old is lighting the basketball world on fire with 'electrifying' dunk

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This 14-year-old is lighting the basketball world on fire with 'electrifying' dunk
This 14-year-old is lighting the basketball world on fire with 'electrifying' dunk

One teenage girl is balling out and dunking on the competition at the inaugural Jr. NBA World Championships in Orlando. With just over two minutes on the clock in the first quarter, 14-year-old Ashlyn Watkins drove the ball down the court and extended her team's lead with a slam dunk. "I'm just really happy because I did it in the right place at the right time," she told ABC News. "[The team was] so excited and after that we really got in the zone." The South Carolina 76ers were visibly stoked in the stunning moment and their head coach, Roger Wiley, called the atmosphere "electrifying." "We knew she was getting ready to take it as soon as she crossed over the three-point line," Wiley said. "It's

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