The Knicks played the Magic tonight in Orlando. New York's Kristaps Porzingis still has a lot to prove, but it's safe to call him a rookie sensation now since his jerseys are selling out in the town that once booed him as their team's top overall draft pick last June. 

So to celebrate being in the zone performance-wise as of late, he threw a killer block party in Orlando tonight. In case you missed the fun, here's a reminder of how Porzingis likes to spike his punches.

In the first quarter, he had four blocks. 

And to end off his block party with a bang, he sent Victor Oladipo's dunk attempt back down— with two hands. 

I guess Kristaps had Future blaring out his headphones before the game to start his party off right. He finished with 6 blocks, 10 points, 8 boards, and 3 assists, but Orlando won the game 100-91.

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[via SLAMonline]