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Who won the slam dunk contest

who won the slam dunk contest

2000 Vince Carter (Raptors) Oakland 1997 Kobe Bryant (Lakers) Cleveland 1996 Brent Barry (Clippers) San Antonio 1995 Harold Miner (Heat) Phoenix 1994 Isiah Rider (Timberwolves) Minnesota 1993 Harold Miner (Heat) Salt Lake City 1992 Cedric Ceballos (Suns) Orlando 1991 Dee Brown (Celtics) Charlotte 1990 Dominique.
Might have had the best dunk of the night, dunking off the side of the backboard through his legs.
Derrick Jones., who had advanced into the final round with him.Congratulations to Robinson, who was good even if the rest of it was average.Like Gordons performance, the entire dunk contest didnt live up to last years magical one.Robinson started with the first 50 of the night and finished strong against.The buzz from last years competition was missing without two-time defending champion Zach LaVine and Aaron Gordon absent from the final this time around.While Gordons drone attempt was creative, he needed too many attempts before throwing it done for it to really be an effective slam.Gordon, who has been injured this year, just looked like he didnt have the same hops as last year.New Password Must be at least 6 characters and contain a number and an uppercase and lowercase letter.Gordon went into the competition the heavy favorite after he and LaVine staged an epic duel for the crown last year.Robinson III scored a 44 on his first dunk of the final round, jumping over All-Star teammate Paul George before finishing with a compact windmill jam.LaVine, the 2016 champion in Toronto and 2015 in New York, was not scheduled to participate in this years contest.By a score of 94-87 in the final at the Smoothie King Center, a contest that pitted two first-time participants against one another.
DeAndre Jordan, the fourth participant, had two average dunks but didnt stand out.

For details, review, terms of Use and, privacy Policy.Zach LaVine, Aaron Gordon surprisingly lost in the first round.He needed several attempts to throw down his drone dunk and couldnt land a through-the-legs attempt on his second dunk.In fact, Robinsons winning dunk was the same one John Wall did in 2014 although to be fair, Robinson did it by jumping over two more people.1 overall pick Glenn Robinson, started the competition with a 50 and finished it the same way, executing a wicked reverse dunk over his head while jumping over three people to end the competition.Its a shame this one fell flat, but it happens.
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