VIDEO: Aziz N'Diaye Dunk Against Arizona

Aziz N'Diaye is part of a rare breed. There are not many seven-footers in the world who have a mile-time of 5:21. There are also not a lot of seven-footers who can make plays like this in college basketball:

(Via: nathanparsons98)

N'Diaye's dunk came at the 12:41 mark of the first half in Saturday's game against Arizona. The Alaska Airlines Arena crowd was ecstatic after N'Diaye stole the ball from Arizona's Nick Johnson and flushed home a one-handed fast-break slam.

The play caused Wildcats head coach Sean Miller to argue with the game's officials and eventually received a technical foul. CJ Wilcox's two free-throw makes on the technical foul capped off a 9-0 run for the Huskies and gave them a 21-14 lead.

Washington's Brendan Sherrer started in place of N'Diaye in Saturday's game due to Senior Night. N'Diaye was inserted back into the lineup for the Huskies after two minutes of play.

For more on the Huskies, check out UW Dawg Pound.

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