Who won the 2006 dunk contest?

Who won the 2006 dunk contest?

Nate Robinson
NBA Slam Dunk Contest champions

Year Host city Player
2006 Houston Nate Robinson
2007 Las Vegas Gerald Green
2008 New Orleans Dwight Howard
2009 Phoenix Nate Robinson

Who won the 1986 dunk contest?

Spud Webb
Five-foot-seven Hawks’ Spud Webb won the 1986 NBA Dunk Contest. He remains the only player under 6-foot to have won the All-Star weekend contest. That’s how the NBA stars of the 1980s operated.

Who won the 2001 dunk contest?

NBA Slam Dunk Contest past winners

Year Winner Team
2001 Desmond Mason Sonics
2000 Vince Carter Raptors
1997 Kobe Bryant Lakers
1996 Brent Barry Clippers

When did Blake Griffin last dunk?

December 12, 2019
[Griffin didn’t dunk from December 12, 2019 to March 21, 2021, a stretch in which he only played in 25 games. His dunk on March 21st was his first basket in a Nets jersey.]

Who won the 1988 Slam Dunk Contest?

Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan scores a perfect 50 on his free-throw line dunk to defeat Dominique Wilkins.

Who is the best white dunker in NBA history?

Tom Chambers
1. Tom Chambers. The greatest “white” dunker of all time, Tom Chambers. Chambers was an athletic freak at 6’10” and could often be seen gliding over defenders on a regular basis.

What is DeMar DeRozan’s career-high in points?

DeRozan became the first player in NBA history to score at least 35 points while shooting at least 50 percent from the field in seven consecutive games. The Bulls needed every one of them too, so it’s not like he was racking up points in garbage time.

What happened to Luka Doncic against the Clippers?

The Mavs produced one of the more shocking moments of the trade deadline when they traded Kristaps Porzingis to the Wizards, and they followed that up by splitting with the Clippers and picking up a strong road win over the Heat. Luka Doncic went absolutely berserk against the Clippers, scoring a career-high 51 points in the win and 45 in the loss.

What has happened to the Raptors in their last 11 games?

The Raptors came down to Earth (slightly) this week, losing to the Nuggets and Pelicans, but also picked up victories over the Rockets and Wolves to make it nine wins in their last 11 games. Pascal Siakam went off for a season-high 35 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists on 16-for-22 shooting in the loss to Denver, while Gary Trent Jr.