As the hours remaining in 2014 draw to a close, dunking enthusiasts have the opportunity to review the outstanding rim-rockers that went down throughout the year. The basketball court served as the backdrop for the dunking game to be raised to an entirely different level in 2014. While familiar faces worked tirelessly to add to their arsenal, which was highly evident at dunking contests and sessions throughout the year, a few new high-flyers made a name for themselves, bringing freshness and creativity to the mix. Read More »
The 2013-14 NBA season featured a lot of high-flying acts. Blake Griffin made the Kardashian clan happy with this poster on Kris Humphries, and LeBron James soared for a few monster jams, too, despite Miami coming up short on a three-peat. Gerald Green, Jeff Green, Xavier Henry, and of course the time that time Terrence Ross brutalized the Manimal, Kenneth Faried. Come check out the best dunks of the season compiled in one spot. Read More »
/ Jun 17, 2014 / 2:45 pm
The Spurs were supposed to be too old to hang with the athletic Heat, but when we look back at the lopsided 2014 NBA Finals, we see instances where Kawhi Leonard asserted his own dominance in the air. Plus, Manu Ginobili got up and Tim Duncan also even turned back the clock for one emphatic flush. Which dunk will be No. 1? Read More »
The Red Bull Midnight Run will finish up in Brooklyn this Thursday and Friday night to settle the age old debate: which city deserves the ultimate bragging rights? After first round stops in nine different cities, the best eight players in each city have been selected, and now they’ll square off to finally decide which city features the best ballers in the country. But first, lets take a look back at the best eight dunks through the first nine stops around the country. Read More »
Adrian Moore is a 6-4 springy sophomore from Little Rock High School in Arkansas. Watch him throw it down with authority at the 2013 John Lucas Midwest Invitational. High school ballers are getting better and better at an increasingly early age. Read More »
/ Aug 12, 2013 / 10:28 pm
This past weekend Michael Jordan was in the news because he dunked the basketball a couple times at his Flight School basketball camp. This was relevant because MJ has been alive for half a century. The 63-year-old “Dr. J” Julius Irving has something he’d like to show you. Read More »
/ Jul 14, 2013 / 2:10 pm
The sometimes tortuous career of one JaVale McGee is always offset by his incredible athleticism and length. While many question his maturity, not mention his ability to defend the pick-and-roll, there’s no denying that he’s got ups for days. His recent throw-down at the Drew League is just more evidence of his potential. Read More »
Watch as Kawhi Leonard detonates a dunk right on Mike Miller‘s face from tonight’s Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
In typical Leonard fashion, he never even changed his facial expression after lighting up Miller. He’s a proud undergrad at the Tim Duncan School of Behaving Like an Android.
Here’s the dunk: Read More »
Game 5 of the NBA Finals has started off like gangbusters with both teams looking to push the tempo … buckets follow.
Here’s an example: Mike Miller pushes it on the break and dishes to Mario Chalmers, who launches a touch pass alley-oop from beyond the arc to a streaking LeBron James. Pretty sick: Read More »
Andre Drummond is easily one of our favorite young players in the NBA. We’ve targeted him as one of the Top Players Under 25 Years of Age and he’s looking to work with a LEGEND this summer to get better.
Here’s another reason to be on board with Drummond: He obliterated Chris Brown with a savage dunk yesterday at a run in L.A. Read More »