Over the weekend, the Drew League held its slam dunk contest and Kenny Dobbs made sure to grab plenty of attention by recruiting Paul Pierce to play a role in the competition.

Dobbs had Pierce stand within the restricted area, holding a basketball above his head. With a running start, Dobbs jumped, grabbed the ball, and cleared the six-foot-seven Clippers forward before slamming it home with a windmill dunk.

While Dobbs’ dunk was amazing, Michael Purdie (who is no stranger to amazing dunks) would go on to win the competition.