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Dallas Mavericks forward Maxi Kleber probably regretted entering the paint in an attempt to stop Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics during the first quarter of Monday's game at American Airlines Center.
Roughly four minutes into the contest, Tatum drove toward the bucket with momentum as Kleber stepped off his man to serve as the last line of defense.
That proved to be a mistake, as Tatum delivered a monstrous one-handed slam on the big man who found himself on the wrong end of a posterizing dunk.
Sometimes, it's better to simply surrender the two points.