Jun 18, 2013, 11:25 PM EDT
If you aren’t familiar with Vine, it’s an app that allows users to record up to six seconds worth of video. That was plenty of time for Tennessee rising junior forward Jarnell Stokes to film Oklahoma State star sophomore guard Marcus Smart taking a sideline bounce pass and throwing down a 360 slam while the two are in Colorado Springs, playing with the USA Under-19 team.
Stokes posted the Vine on Monday (click the video below to play).
Later on Monday night, Stokes and Smart — two players who both decided not to declare for the 2013 NBA Draft — both made the cut for the 12-man team heading to the 2013 FIBA World Championship in Prague, Czech Republic.
The FIBA World Championship runs from June 24-July 6.
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