NBA ALL-STAR SLAM DUNK CONTESTS FROM 1989-1984
1989 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST HOUSTON
- Winner: Kenny Walker (NY)
- In this edition appeared the tenths in the scores and the semifinal was decreased to 2 dunks per player.
- There was an unequal final between Clyde Drexler (who missed his two dunks and didn’t want to do the third) and Kenny Walker, who won with a great final.
SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1989
|Kenny Walker||42,5+48,8 =91,3||46,9+49,5 =96,4||48,9+49,6+49,6 =148,1|
|Clyde Drexler||46,6+47,1 =93,7||47,3+47,7 =95,0||24,5+25,0 =49,5|
|Spud Webb||46,8+47,7 =94,5||47,8+44,0 =91,8|
|Shelton Jones||44,1+45,4 =89,5||45,7+44,9 =90,6|
|Tim Perry||44,4+45,0 =89,4|
|Jerome Kersey||44,9+44,0 =88,9|
|Ron Harper||41,7+46,8 =88,5|
|Chris Morris||41,1+42,1 =83,2|
1988 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST CHICAGO
- Winner: Michael Jordan (CHI)
- Another big duel between Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins.
- A lot of people thought that Dominique should have won, but it was Michael Jordan who won (probably) the best slam dunk contest ever.
SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1988
|Michael Jordan||47+47 =94||50+48+47 =145||50+47+50 =147|
|Dominique Wilkins||49+47 =96||49+47+47 =143||50+50+45 =145|
|Clyde Drexler||44+44 =88||45+42+46 =133|
|Otis Smith||40+47 =87||45+22+42 =109|
|Jerome Kersey||41+38 =79|
|Greg Anderson||42+34 =76|
|Spud Webb||34+18 =52|
1987 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST SEATTLE
- Winner: Michael Jordan (CHI)
- Seattle saw the enshrining of Michael Jordan.
- Michael flew from the free shot line till the basket, making this way one of the best dunks in history.
- In this edition, final consisted of 3 dunks again, while the first round was reduced to 2.
SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1987
|Michael Jordan||41+47 =88||49+49+50 =148||48+48+50 =146|
|Jerome Kersey||48+44 =92||50+48+49 =147||46+45+49 =140|
|Terence Stansbury||49+50 =99||49+45+50 =144|
|Clyde Drexler||45+47 =92||46+45+45 =136|
|Ron Harper||45+38 =83|
|Johnny Dawkins||37+44 =81|
|Tom Chambers||41+21 =62|
|Gerald Wilkins||41+21 =62|
1986 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST DALLAS
- Winner: Spud Webb (ATL)
- The big surprise happened. In his native city, the little Spud Webb (5-6 feet, 1.70 m) won with a huge performance.
- He made a perfect final with two 50, defeating Dominique Wilkins.
- In this edition, the final was lowered from 3 to 2 dunks for each player.
- The big absent was Michael Jordan, who was injured, and Gerald Wilkins replaced Orlando Woolridge (injured too).
SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1986
|Spud Webb||46+48+47 =141||50+42+46 =138||50+50 =100|
|Dominique Wilkins||Qualified Semifinal||46+47+45 =138||50+48 =98|
|Terence Stansbury||34+47+48 =129*||44+39+49 =132|
|Gerald Wilkins||44+50+39 =133||37+25+25 =87|
|Jerome Kersey||39+43+47 =129*|
|Paul Pressey||44+35+37 =116|
|Roy Hinson||35+39+38 =112|
|Terry Tyler||37+36+37 =110|
1985 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST INDIANAPOLIS
- Winner: Dominique Wilkins (ATL)
- This edition was the first meeting of Michael Jordan and Dominique Wilkins, with the better end for Wilkins.
- The two finalists of the past year (Julius Erving and Larry Nance) qualified directly to the semifinal.
SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1985
|Dominique Wilkins||47+49+49 =145||48+45+47 =140||48+39+47 =134|
|Michael Jordan||44+44+42 =130||45+47+50 =142||47+25+50 =122|
|Terence Stansbury||46+50+34 =130||49+48+39 =136|
|Julius Erving||Qualified Semifinal||43+44+45 =132|
|Larry Nance||Qualified Semifinal||42+47+42 =131|
|Darrell Griffith||38+42+46 =126|
|Orlando Woolridge||40+43+41 =124|
|Clyde Drexler||39+39+44 =122|
1984 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST DENVER
- Winner: Larry Nance (PHO)
- In the first edition was a high level with a great specialists. Every player had to make three dunks in each of the three rounds.
- Julius Erving was the first player to get a 50 (perfect dunk), but the winner was Larry Nance.
- It was the only contest with 9 players.
SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1984
|Larry Nance||44+44+46= 134||49+48+43= 140||48+39+47= 134|
|Julius Erving||39+47+48= 134||44+49+47= 140||47+25+50= 122|
|Dominique Wilkins||47+39+49= 135||48+48+41= 137|
|Darrell Griffith||39+40+42= 121||42+42+24= 108|
|Edgar Jones||32+43+43= 118|
|Ralph Sampson||37+40+41= 118|
|Orlando Woolridge||23+45+48= 116|
|Clyde Drexler||40+24+44= 108|
|Michael Cooper||24+24+22= 70|