Who is the greatest NBA dunker of all time? | Page 5

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Greatest NBA Dunker?

  1. Kobe Bryant

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  2. Vince Carter

    60.6%
  3. Darryl Dawkins

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  4. Clyde Drexler

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  5. Julius Erving

    6.1%
  6. Blake Griffin

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  7. Lebron James

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  8. Michael Jordan

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  9. Shawn Kemp

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  10. Desmond Mason

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  11. Harold Miner

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  12. Larry Nance

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  13. Jason Richardson

    3.0%
  14. Dominque Wilkins

    9.1%
  15. Other

    5.1%
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    Vince's best 'in game' dunk was at the Rucker (indoors) when he and some local kid went at it. Vince took an alley oop and then windmilled it all in the air. THey shut the game down on the spot, court flooded.

     
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    Nobody will ever know who he is but Adrian Walton was the dude who was lighting him up that game. He played with me at Fonde on Rashard Lewis's team.
     
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    Speaking of the Rucker: Dr. J.

     
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    Adrian "Hollywood" Walton. Ya, agree -- not a lot of people are going to know ex-Fordham players.
     
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    This dude used to be ridiculous. Did a lot of damage at Rucker.



    Now you have to committed to looking for old youtube videos of obscure guys I played with. God Shammgod is next on the list (although he isn't really that obscure as he went to Providence and got drafted)
     
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    I managed to fnd one without some hideous rap music playing in the background lol
     
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    This thread is going down the road of Lloyd Daniels and World B. Free.
     
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    Haha. I'm tossing Richard Dumas on that list
     
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    I have to send you a book my mother bought for me when I was a little kid. It was a paperback form of a preview to the 1979 season. This thing is hilarious.

    - 6th man Lonny Shelton has 3 fouls before he even checks in at the scorer's table.

    - Larry Bird: some say he's the 'great white hope', probably not though.

    - World B. Free can play 1 on 5. Defense? What's that?

    - GEorge Garvin would probably be in jail if wasn't for the NBA.

    I am dead serious. This is how the book/preview reads.
     
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    Damn i remember richard dumas. He nearly saved Cedric cebellos ass. Nearly
     
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    I had this on my wall growing up. Is it fake?

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    He was really good for a year and half. Coke did him in
     
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    Yeah i remember seeing a tv special on Dumas from the states at the time. There was some other athletic freak who played shortly for the suns i can't put my name on who went a similar way. Came after Dumas.
     
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    basketball is stupid. get a real job you losers.
     
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    Who in the jamario moon are you?
     
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    I had it too, along with the photo from the jumpman shoot.
     
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    Had this along my ceiling

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    this is the other poster I had.

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    I also had those shoes. the second Air Jordans.
     
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  20. jqld Bamboo, is my business.

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    How old are you? First jordans i had were jordan V grape. Not sure why mum chose that colour but i scored 56 points wearing them at 11 years old which i am still amazed at.
     
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