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Zach LaVine Wasting No Time, Training to Increase Vertical

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We saw plenty of athletic ability from LaVine in his rookie season, and he's already working to improve.

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According to Dime Magazine, Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine is training this summer with the intent of increasing his already-impressive vertical leap. LaVine is approaching his sophomore season.

At only 19 years old, LaVine blew away any "competition" at the 2015 Sprite Slam Dunk Competition with his high-flying tricks. The guard offered fans plenty of exciting dunks during the season, as well.

LaVine began training with P3 Sport Science, and Dime posted a video from his Instagram account.

LaVine lets his fans know that he's training, as he made two additional posts to Twitter over the long weekend:

There's a lot of excitement brewing about the upcoming season, especially considering the Wolves will now take home the No. 1 draft pick, and LaVine's training teasers are making it that much better.

Let's be honest, we can't get enough of his moves. Here's a compilation of all four of LaVine's All-Star Weekend dunks:


And, just for fun, take a look at the video the Timberwolves PR account posted on Twitter this morning: