Chicago Bulls guard Jimmy Butler scored 31 points in the Game 2 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night, and put the exclamation mark on it with this dunk.
Butler scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to secure the win for the hosts as they take a 2-0 lead in the series while things threatened to boil over multiple times.
Both teams were able to keep their cool and avoid a real situation for the most part, but it was Chicago who dealt with the pressure better down the stretch as they pulled away and took a commanding lead over their Eastern Conference rivals.
The United Center needed little motivation to get to their feet during that period of the game, but this dunk certainly had the arena rocking as Butler absorbed contact from Zaza Pachulia and finished with authority on the and-1 play and sunk the free-throw for the three-point play.
The 25-year-old wasn’t done there either as he drained a three-pointer prior to the dunk to build a 13-0 run with Chicago taking control late on.
The Bulls star has continued to develop his game this past year, and it looks as though he is set to play an integral role for the team in the coming weeks as they target a deep playoff run as they hope to conclude this series with minimal fuss.