Watch Kings’ De’Aaron Fox Throw Down Two Sick Dunks at Team USA Camp

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Alex Didion

De'Aaron Fox plays his NBA games in Sacramento, but he decided to bring the "East Bay" to Las Vegas on Thursday at Team USA training camp.

The "East Bay Funk Dunk" was made famous by Oakland native J.R. Rider during the 1994 NBA All-Star Game in Minnesota.

Fox decided to add a degree of difficulty by throwing it off the wall behind the hoop, and finishing with some authority.

[RELATED: Kings' Marvin Bagley gets taste of Team USA experience, hungry for more]

Fox's Kings teammate Marvin Bagley is looking like he may also get the call to represent on the national team after a few impressive showings at Team USA camp this week.

After losing in the first round of the Taco Bell Skills Challenge during last year's All-Star festivities, it looks like Fox might be angling to appear in the next All-Star Weekend dunk contest.

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