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
SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1997
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
1995 NBA ALL STAR SLAM DUNK CONTEST PHOENIX
SLAM DUNK RESULTS 1995
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
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
|Harold Miner||49,0-45,8-45,8 =94,8||47,0-48,0-49,4 =97,1|
|Clarence Weatherspoon||43,2-44,3-38,5 =87,5||44,7-27,5-47,5 =92,2|
|Cedric Ceballos||22,5-42,2-45,1 =87,4||24,5-42,3-37,5 =79,8|
|David Benoit||41,5-44,3-28,5 =85,8|
|Kenny Smith||46,5-38,5-26,5 =85,0|
|Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf||38,0-26,0-42,8 =80,8|
|Tim Perry||38,5-22,0-31,5 =70,0|
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
|Cedric Ceballos||43,1+42,3 =85,4||45,7+44,7 =90,4||43,3+47,2+50 =97,2|
|Larry Johnson||44,8+46,9 =91,7||48,6+49,4 =98,0||33,5+32,5 =66,0|
|Nick Anderson||47,4+41,2 =88,6||46,0+43,8 =89,8|
|John Starks||42,6+47,0 =89,6||43,1+44,8 =87,9|
|Doug West||44,3+39,8 =84,1|
|Shawn Kemp||47,4+34,0 =81,4|
|Stacey Augmon||44,7+34,8 =79,5|
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
|Dee Brown||48,2+44,2 =92,4||49,6+48,4 =98,0||48,1+46,4+49,6 =97,7|
|Shawn Kemp||47,6+48,2 =95,8||48,3+47,3 =95,6||44,3+48,0+45,7 =93,7|
|Rex Chapman||45,5+49,7 =95,2||49,0+46,0 =94,0|
|Kenny Smith||48,5+42,3 =90,8||46,6+41,3 =87,9|
|Kenny Williams||42,3+44,6 =86,9|
|Blue Edwards||40,1+44,2 =84,3|
|Otis Smith||41,2+41,8 =83,0|
|Kendall Gill||40,1+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
|Dominique Wilkins||48,1-48,2 =96,3||48,0-49,7 =97,7||47,9-49,7-49,2 =146,8|
|Kenny Smith||43,4-49,6 =93,0||49,1-49,2 =98,3||48,1-49,8-47,2 =145,1|
|Kenny Walker||47,0-48,2 =95,2||49,5-47,9 =97,4|
|Shawn Kemp||49,1-49,1 =98,2||47,6-48,8 =96,4|
|Scottie Pippen||47,2-45,0 =92,3|
|Rex Chapman||45,5-46,6 =92,1|
|Billy Thompson||47,7-43,7 =91,4|
|Kenny Battle||43,4-49,6 =93,0|