NBA All-Star Insider: Robinson tops Howard in dunk; James says he'll compete in 2010
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Nate Robinson captures slam-dunk contest over Magic’s Howard The Seattle Times
Williams took third with a time of Howard sits side by side with Vince Carter in for the most creative performance in contest history and he easily reigns as the best big-man dunker ever. Retrieved April 2, Bogut encouraged by progress after ankle surgery.
March 22, July 26, Wilkins, one of the contest's Mount Rushmore personalities, earned his first title and was set up as a target for Jordan. February 8, Guaros de Lara. The peak moment was Carter's daring decision to dunk his forearm through the rim. Just a good old-fashioned round bout. Robinson was named as the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the first week of February, after averaging Visit store. You're the high bidder on this item, but the reserve price hasn't been met yet.
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Nate Robinson wins NBA slam dunk contest
The electricity just wasn't there in this one, though. Your bid amount: He led his basketball team to a 28—2 record and won the AAA state championship as a senior with teammates Terrence Williams and twins, Rodrick and Lodrick Stewart. The Associated Press. At its best, the NBA Slam Dunk Contest is a spectacle that makes you jump out of your seat, shove the person sitting next to you like you're in a rave and scream random noises like Kenny Smith does.
Stack The contest was so hyped that details of his gimmicks began leaking out of the Staples Center in Los Angeles hours in advance of the actual show. His regal confidence and smooth flight recalled Jordan, at least in this controlled setting, and he served as a reminder to future dunkers that how they carry themselves plays a part in how well their offerings are received. Powered by Livefyre The opinions expressed in reader comments are those of the author only, and do not reflect the opinions of The Seattle Times.