The dunks the Sacramento Kings threw down on the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night should be considered crimes.

First, rookie Willie Cauley-Stein dunked all over Zach Randolph, who rotated over late and never had a chance to stop this sheer destruction:

Not many people -- especially rookies -- can dunk on Randolph, stare him down and live to tell the tale.

Then, as if that wasn't enough, Quincy Acy -- who always looks like he's mad about something -- took his frustration out on Chris "Birdman" Anderson with a Shaq-like facial:

Oof. That's just brutal to watch. It's impossible not to feel a little sympathy for Randolph and Anderson. Both were helpless. Vince Carter got his revenge later, but it wasn't enough to even the scales.

DeMar DeRozan's posterization of Rudy Gobert is still likely the best dunk of the season, with DeAndre Jordan's throwdown on Greg Monroe a close second. But these two vicious slams have to be in the conversation, which is a temporary bright spot in the Kings' drama-filled season.

In typical Kings fashion, though, they lost the game, 104-98.

Jovan Buha covers the NBA for FOX Sports. Follow him on Twitter: @jovanbuha.