Danilo Gallinari Throws An Alley-Oop To Himself [Video]

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Two of the top teams in the west squared off last night as the Grizzlies were in Denver to face the Nuggets. There were a slew of highlight plays but none more impressive than a self alley-oop thrown down by than Danilo Gallinari.

Pretty impressive from the Italian forward who looks like he is starting to fill in that NBA body.

He’s becoming an consistent all-around player and it looks Denver got at least something decent from the Melo trade.

Check out the video below.

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