A little craftiness can go a long way in the game of basketball, especially if you’re a 6-foot-2 guard like Wyoming’s Josh Adams.

Adams is a prolific dunker despite his short stature, and one of his finest performances came against UNLV in the Mountain West Conference quarterfinals Thursday night.

The sophomore, who finished with a game-high 24 points in the Cowboys’ 71-67 loss, used a nifty double-clutch maneuver to slam home a first-half dunk past UNLV’s Khem Birch, who has roughly seven inches on Adams in the height department.

Check out the slam in the video below.