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Every NBA Slam Dunk Contest Video Visualization ('84-'10)
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Every NBA Slam Dunk Contest Video Visualization ('84-'10) - February 17, 2011, 11:19 AM

Every NBA Slam Dunk Contest Video Visualization

We broke down every NBA slam dunk contest (1984 to 2010) by dunk, year, and score. You can see video footage of the actual dunk by clicking on the circles in the graph.

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The coolest part of the interface is being able to quickly get to any dunk with out having to search through hours of video. Admittedly, the data itself does not change too dramatically year to year, but the dunk contest sure has. In the early years, the dunk contest was less polished. Highlights include candid footage of Dr. J’s kids coaching him on his next dunk and a young, un-coached, Michael Jordan with gold chain and warm-ups casually strutting into his first dunk competition.



How to Read the Graph:
We tried to keeps things standard by displaying 3 rounds per year and up to 3 dunks per round. Some years there were two rounds and some rounds anywhere from 1 to 3 dunks. Placing the mouse over the circle will reveal the player, year, round, dunk and score. Gray circles mean we are lacking video for that dunk (see below for why some years were more difficult than others).



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February 17, 2011, 05:30 PM

Was good to see some of the older ones again.
Kenny 'Skywalker' Walker
Hal 'Baby Jordan' Miner
Dee Brown
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February 17, 2011, 07:50 PM

Thank you for posting this. We were watching old dunk contest today at the gym and I couldnt wait to get home and look up the 88 jordan dunk.





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