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Daniel Wilco | NCAA.com | February 23, 2017

WATCH Cincy's Clark throws down one-handed alley-oop

There are your normal, everyday dunks, and then there are dunks. 

Against Memphis Thursday night, Cincinnati's Gary Clark threw down one of the latter.

At the start of the second half against Memphis, Cincinnati was leading 52-34 when the Bearcats got a fast break. Troy Caupain threw a lob up and Clark used one arm to hold off a defender and another to catch the pass and finish this strong alley-oop. 

Clark would finish the and-one, and No. 15 Cincinnati would win its 25th straight game at home, beating Memphis 87-74.

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