Feb 25, 2012; Orlando, FL, USA; Jeremy Evans of the Utah Jazz reacts after he executes a two ball dunk over teammate Gordon Hayward in the 2012 NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Contest at the Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

NBA All-Star 2013: The 10 Most Underrated NBA Dunk Contest Dunks Of All-Time


You constantly see these top-10 lists on the web that go over the best of the best when it comes to the NBA Slam Dunk Contest, but what about those amazing slams that never get the love and admiration that they truly deserve?

That’s where I come in.

Whether you agree or disagree, hate the list or want to spew all over it, here are the top-10 most underrated dunks in the history of the Slam Dunk Contest.

10) JEREMY EVANS TWO-BALL SLAM OVER TEAMMATE GORDON HAYWARD (2011)

9) SERGE IBAKA DUNKS FROM BEHIND THE FREE-THROW LINE (2011)

8) NATE ROBINSON DUNKS OVER SPUD WEBB (2006)

7) SPUD WEBB WITH THE REVERSE JAM OFF THE LOB (1986)


6) STEVE FRANCIS BRINGS THE BALL TO HIS ANKLES (2000)

5) DEMAR DEROZAN AND THE “SHOWSTOPPER” (2011)

4) LARRY JOHNSON’S 360 POWER SLAM (1992)

3) JOSH SMITH PAYS TRIBUTE TO DOMINIQUE WILKINS (2005)

2) DESMOND MASON GOES BETWEEN THE LEGS WITH THE OPPOSITE HAND (2003)

1) ANDRE IGUODALA GOES BEHIND THE BACK OFF THE LOB (2006)

Chris Walder is the Editor of Sir Charles in Charge. You may follow him on Twitter at @WalderSports

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