By Sam Leventhal

The 2014 matchup between the Los Angeles Clippers and Detroit Pistons featured the most dunks ever in an NBA game (19) where we saw Andre Drummond, DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin all put on a dunk contest of their own.

In last night’s matchup between The Hateful 8 and ZewCrew, Mark Harrison (ZewCrew) showed everyone why he is a force to be reckoned with. If his 13-point, five rebound game isn’t enough to draw your attention, his highlight reel might be.

The athletic Harrison, in true Drummond, Jordan and Griffin fashion, led his team in dunks during this contest with three powerful jams and a flushed alley-oop. He also managed to get it done on the defensive end registering one block and three steals.

On the backs of Harrison and Ty Alston, ZewCrew cruised to a 55-35 victory. Alston had his share of touches putting up a double double that featured 12 points, ten rebounds and four assists.

The first quarter started off strong for ZewCrew as they jumped out to a demanding lead, but The Hateful 8 managed to keep up, entering the second half at a nine-point deficit.

Behind the leadership of Jeremy Marcone, The Hateful 8 hoped to fight their way into the lead, but the athleticism of ZewCrew proved to be too strong, even with Caleb Pruzinsky’s 16 points and nine rebounds.

Over the course of the second half, ZewCrew’s lead grew larger and larger leading to a 20-point victory.

Through the big performances of Harrison and Alston, ZewCrew enter next week as favorites to pick up another win against The Land, who lost last night to Blood, Sweat and Beers.