Yeah...that i!file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Southern/My%20Documents/My%20Pictures/KEVIN%27S%20PICTURES/Sport%20Pictures%20Folder/Vince%20Carter%20-%20Amazing%20Dunks%20-%20Laid%20Out.jpg!s an incre!file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Southern/My%20Documents/My%20Pictures/KEVIN%27S%20PICTURES/Sport%20Pictures%20Folder/Vince%20Carter%20-%20Amazing%20Dunks%20-%20Head%20Up.jpg!dible dunk. I remember watching that game when it happened. There are some other dunks that come to mind also: Lebron's jump from the foul line this year, the two dunks I have attached to this message are awesome, and I remember Grant Hill catching an alley oop while at Duke that he had to reach way back for...
I love this debate because there is really no wrong answere here...incredible is incredible!
That dunk was awesome and I do not know if anyone will top that. Yet many of Vince Carters dunks are in their own category. Just the other night he made that reverse jam in overtime to win the game for the nets. Hes one of if not the best dunker of all time.
Here are a couple of good ones.
Ismail Muhammed of Georgia Tech a few years back had amazing hops. Here's his best, kind of a poor man's Vince Carter:
And of course, I've got to give love to KU's Julian Wright:
Keyon Dooling from his days at Missouri was all right too (though this was called a charge)
Mohammad was the best dunker in college in very long time its a shame he couldnt do anything else but dunk. I rememeber liking Georgia Tech when they had him and Jarret Jack because you knew he could leap out of the gym
Brutal...only thing worse would be to have tried that windmill and clanging it against the front of the rim. lol
Keep bringing the dunks! Think about some of the "old school" players like Dominique Wilkens' two handed windmill dunk during the dunk contest against Michael Jordan way back...Erving doing the first "cuff" dunk over Michael Cooper (Lakers), Kenny Walker's 360 cuff dunk in the dunk contest, and lets not forget Spud Webb's 360 in his dunk contest!! Dee Brown with his "pumping up the Reebox" dunks ...covering his eyes. We really got to see dunking become an artform.
This brings back some memories for us 30-somethings because we saw dunking become an attraction/spectacle instead of what it is today...
you re right. Teams should put in a rule that if you cant dunk from standing still under the basket, then you shouldnt try to dunk in the game. some of these kids think they can jump higher thn they really can.
I was at the game when Julian did the windmill and failed miserably. My jaw dropped to the floor. The funny part was he tried to act like he was injured for a second before just getting up and going to the bench.
Yeah he was hurt. Severely bruised ego.