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Old 02-26-2012, 02:53 PM   #999
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Default Re: All-Star 2012: NBA Slam Dunk Contest discussion thread

I have no problem with Jeremy Evans winning. He was the most consistent in terms of attempts(only tried the two-ball dunk two or three times) and also had the best overall dunk. His other two dunks weren't special but he didn't bore the crowd off with a bunch of misses.

Rake2204 already sated George's flaws.

Anyway, after watching the highlights on youtube it wasn't as bad as it was live like Rockets(T-mac) said. Obviously the editing helps a lot.

Each guy had at least one great dunk, which was good to see. Evans with the two-ball, Budinger with the reverse blindfold, Williams with the 360 alley from Rubio and George's Tron dunk.

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