Look, we get it. It's Serbia. Would Tomas Satoransky get that big of a driving lane in the NBA? Probably not, but the dunk is still very nice. This picture helps give you a better look at the extension he had to get to finish this without interference:
But Satoransky is not just a one trick dunking pony at Eurobasket. He also got it done on the defensive end:
He's playing so well he's even got ESPN's Kevin Pelton thinking it could affect their plans next summer:
I wonder if Tomas Satoransky's play makes it less likely the Wizards extend Bradley Beal so they could keep space to sign him next summer.— Kevin Pelton (@kpelton) September 16, 2015
If the Wizards extend Beal at or near the max and sign a max free agent (no one in particular in mind), room exception might not be enough.— Kevin Pelton (@kpelton) September 16, 2015
Whereas Beal's smaller cap hold would allow them to sign a max free agent, Satoransky and still have money left over.— Kevin Pelton (@kpelton) September 16, 2015
Unfortunately, Satoransky's efforts were not enough to get past Serbia in the quarterfinals, but it's looking more and more like the Wizards are going to have another exciting option to add to the mix next season.