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    NBA ALL-STAR SLAM DUNK CONTESTS FROM 1997-1990

    • All NBA Slam Dunk Contest results and background information for the contests from 1997-1990.
    • No Slam Dunk contests were held in 1998 and 1999 (the All-Star Weekend was cancelled in 1999 due to the NBA lock-out).
    • Click on the years to see all the information including videos.
    • See also Slam Dunk Winners, Records, and Players.

    1997 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST CLEVELAND

    • Winner: Kobe Bryant (LAL)
    • 1997 was the last contest, until its resurrection in 2000.
    • Like in Seattle ’87, this edition presented a new star to the world, in this case Kobe Bryant, who won clearly in the final.
    • The tenths disappeared of the scores.

    SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1997

     

    PlayersFirst RoundFinal
    Kobe Bryant3749
    Chris Carr3945
    Michael Finley4433
    Darvin Ham36
    Ray Allen35
    Bob Sura35
    Allen IversonInjured

    1996 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST SAN ANTONIO

    • Winner: Brent Barry (LAC)
    • For the first time in the history of this contest, a white guy won the trophy.
    • The honor went to Brent Barry (Rick Barry’s son), who beat Michael Finley in the final with a dunk from the free throws line.

    SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1996

     

    PlayersFirst RoundFinal
    Brent Barry45,549,0
    Michael Finley45,046,0
    Greg Minor41,540,0
    Jerry Stackhouse40,0
    Doug Christie39,5
    Darrell Armstrong25,5
    Grant HillInjured

    1995 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST PHOENIX

    • Winner: Harold Miner (MIA)
    • Harold Miner got this year his second slam dunk contest trophy.
    • This time, players made 3 dunks in 90 seconds in the first round, and 2 dunks in 60 seconds in the final.

    SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1995

     

    PlayersFirst RoundFinal
    Harold Miner49,246,0
    Isiah Rider44,634,0
    Jamie Watson40,426,0
    Antonio Harvey35,2
    Tim Perry31,0
    Tony Dumas15,0

    1994 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST MINNEAPOLIS

    • Winner: Isiah Rider (MIN)
    • More rule changes for this edition. In the first round every player had 90 seconds to make as dunks as he wanted.
    • The three best scores passed to the final.
    • In the final, players made two dunks, and the best score won.
    • Isaiah Rider won a contest with overall a rather poor level of slam dunks compared to other years.

    SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1994

     

    PlayersFirst RoundFinal
    Isiah Rider46,849,0-47,0
    Shawn Kemp46,643,8-25,0
    Robert Pack42,025,0-25,0
    Allan Houston41,5
    Antonio Davis40,0
    James Robinson39,0

    1993 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST SALT LAKE CITY

    • Winner: Harold Miner (MIA)
    • New rules were introduced in this edition.
    • Players made three dunks in the first round, two best dunks counted.
    • The 3 best players in the first round went directly to final.
    • The best man during the contest, Harold Miner, won easily.

    SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1993

     

    PlayersFirst RoundFinal
    Harold Miner49,0-45,8-45,8  =94,847,0-48,0-49,4 =97,1
    Clarence Weatherspoon43,2-44,3-38,5 =87,544,7-27,5-47,5 =92,2
    Cedric Ceballos22,5-42,2-45,1 =87,424,5-42,3-37,5 =79,8
    David Benoit41,5-44,3-28,5 =85,8
    Kenny Smith46,5-38,5-26,5 =85,0
    Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf38,0-26,0-42,8 =80,8
    Tim Perry38,5-22,0-31,5 =70,0
    Shawn KempInjured

    1992 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST ORLANDO

    • Winner: Cedric Ceballos (PHO)
    • Larry Johnson commanded in the first rounds, but in the final he missed two dunks.
    • The victory went to Cedric Ceballos, with his great bandage on his eyes.
    • He made a 50, 4 years later than Michael Jordan, who made a 50 in 1988.

    SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1992

     

    PlayersFirst RoundSemifinalFinal
    Cedric Ceballos43,1+42,3 =85,445,7+44,7 =90,443,3+47,2+50 =97,2
    Larry Johnson44,8+46,9 =91,748,6+49,4 =98,033,5+32,5 =66,0
    Nick Anderson47,4+41,2 =88,646,0+43,8 =89,8
    John Starks42,6+47,0 =89,643,1+44,8 =87,9
    Doug West44,3+39,8 =84,1
    Shawn Kemp47,4+34,0 =81,4
    Stacey Augmon44,7+34,8 =79,5
    Terrell BrandonInjured

    1991 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST CHARLOTTE

    • Winner: Dee Brown (BOS)
    • The great stars in the league began to renounce to the contest, and new players with new ideas filled their place.
    • In this edition, Dee Brown with a dunk where his right arm was in front of his eyes, beat the favorite Shawn Kemp.
    • In the final, players made 3 dunks, but only the best two marks made the score.

    SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1991

     

    PlayersFirst RoundSemifinalFinal
    Dee Brown48,2+44,2 =92,449,6+48,4 =98,048,1+46,4+49,6 =97,7
    Shawn Kemp47,6+48,2 =95,848,3+47,3 =95,644,3+48,0+45,7 =93,7
    Rex Chapman45,5+49,7 =95,249,0+46,0 =94,0
    Kenny Smith48,5+42,3 =90,846,6+41,3 =87,9
    Kenny Williams42,3+44,6 =86,9
    Blue Edwards40,1+44,2 =84,3
    Otis Smith41,2+41,8 =83,0
    Kendall Gill40,1+40,9 =81,0

    1990 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST MIAMI

    • Winner: Dominique Wilkins (ATL)
    • Finally Dominique Wilkins decided to participate in the contest, and won it.
    • Kenny Smith was the surprise and a good finalist with a great dunk, but the Dominique’s classic Tomahawk made him champion again.

    SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1990

     

    PlayersFirst RoundSemifinalFinal
    Dominique Wilkins48,1-48,2 =96,348,0-49,7 =97,747,9-49,7-49,2 =146,8
    Kenny Smith43,4-49,6 =93,049,1-49,2 =98,348,1-49,8-47,2 =145,1
    Kenny Walker47,0-48,2 =95,249,5-47,9 =97,4
    Shawn Kemp49,1-49,1 =98,247,6-48,8 =96,4
    Scottie Pippen47,2-45,0 =92,3
    Rex Chapman45,5-46,6 =92,1
    Billy Thompson47,7-43,7 =91,4
    Kenny Battle43,4-49,6 =93,0