Every Perfect Score in NBA Dunk Contest History (1984-2016)

Last week the dunk contest during NBA All-Star Weekend was held in Ontario. A new video has just surfaced compiling all the perfect scores of every NBA contest, in chronological order from 1984-2016. In addition to MJ’s legendary 1985 showdown, highlights include Vince Carter’s 2000 takeover, Dwight Howard’s Superman jumps in 2008, and of course, Zach LaVine and Aaron Gordon whose string of 50s lead to one of the best Slam Dunk showdown in all star history. Featuring more familiar names, the 52-minute video can be seen above.

For a more digestible clip you can watch a 15-minute cut of the best dunks below. List of all the dunkers, and timestamps.

Eric Bledsoe (40:54)

Vince Carter (13:15, 16:03, 17:02)

Cedric Ceballos (12:22)

DeMar DeRozan (36:48, 38:22)

Julius Erving (0:00)

Kenneth Faried (40:20)

Steve Francis (14:15)

Aaron Gordon (44:53, 46:45, 48:58)

Gerald Green (32:00, 39:07)

Dwight Howard (33:02, 34:00, 35:00, 35:47)

Andre Iguodala (28:59, 30:01)

Fred Jones (22:19, 24:07)

Michael Jordan (1:31, 7:19, 8:07, 9:54, 11:28)

Jerome Kersey (6:22)

Zach LaVine (42:23, 43:18, 44:10, 45:55, 48:01, 49:52, 50:49)

Desmond Mason (20:44)

Javale McGee (37:46)

Tracy McGrady (15:13)

Victor Oladipo (41:38)

Jason Richardson (18:00, 19:02, 19:53, 21:22, 23:07)

Nate Robinson (31:00)

Terrence Ross (39:46)

Josh Smith (25:01, 26:59, 28:00)

Terrence Stansbury (0:54, 5:43, 6:47)

Amar'e Stoudemire (26:03)

Spud Webb (3:54, 4:24, 5:18)

Dominique Wilkins (2:04, 2:43, 4:51, 9:04, 10:44)

Gerald Wilkins (3:15)

Posted: Feb 17 2016
by: Jason Peiso

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