Monta Ellis' 34-Point Game Features Spinning 360 Reverse Layup

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterMarch 5, 2013

Monta Ellis had a fairly good night against the Utah Jazz, and you only have to watch this 360 layup to realize it. 

Sure, we could point to the 34 points the Bucks guard scored on the Jazz as evidence of his dominance, but the most insane portion of Monday night's proceedings came in the fourth quarter with the Bucks leading by three points. 

With Enes Kanter attempting to block his shot, Ellis avoided Kanter and scored by use of a spinning reverse layup.

The Bucks would go on to win by a single point in overtime for their fourth straight victory. 

With the winning streak, the Bucks are now seven games ahead of the Philadelphia 76ers for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference.

Ellis is shooting a stout 61.5 percent from the field in his last two games and has scored at least 22 points in his last four contest.

However, you only have to look at this devastating 360 layup to know how things are going for the Ellis and the Bucks right now. 


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