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What is your favorite dunk in the 27 years of NBA Slam Dunk Contests?
Chris M Sanders: Either Vince Carter's reverse 360 windmill or his under-the-leg, arm-in-the-rim dunk from 2000 to win it.
Scott Figuerola: Spud Webb's throw-it-to-himself reverse dunk from 1986. That's not even debatable.
Jack Richard Duncan: Michael Jordan's one-handed leap from the free throw line in 1987. But I'm also jumping on the Blake Griffin bandwagon from last year.
Drew Thorne: Larry (Grandmama) Johnson's 360 windmill tomahawk from 1992.
Mario Aleman Jr.: Dee Brown pumping up his Reeboks to win the 1991 competition. My friends and I mimicked that move the whole summer.
Joseph Taylor: I'll always remember Cedric Ceballos's winning blindfolded dunk from 1992.
Douglas Klohn: Dominique Wilkins's two-handed windmill when he lost to Jordan in '88. 'Nique totally should have won!
Zachary Lucas: Nothing compares to Carter's 2000 dunk performance in Oakland. The contests have all gone downhill from there.