Slam Dunk Scores
- Four first-time contestants will join last year winner Terrence Ross and Pacers star Paul George, who didn’t pass the first round in 2012.
- After a few years of low-profile names, New Orleans Slam Dunk Contest includes three NBA All-Stars.
- There are three players from East conference and three more from West conference and one HUGE change in the rules of the contest: The winner of the contest will be a conference not a player.
- The Slam Dunk Contest will feature two rounds, Freestyle Round and Battles Round. In the Freestyle Round, the three dunkers for each conference will have a 90 second limit to make as many dunks as they want, in the order they want and assisting each other if necessary. Each player has to make at least one dunk. The panel of judges will determine which conference win the Freestyle Round.
- The Battle Round will consist of head-to-head matchups (East dunkers vs. the West dunkers). The conference who won Freestyle Round will be given the choice of order for dunks in the Battle Round. Each player will be limited to three attempts to complete a Battle Round dunk. Upon losing a head-to-head battle, the losing dunker is eliminated from the competition. The first conference to win three head-to-head battles will win the Battle Round and be crowned Slam Dunk champions.
|Player||Team||Height||Weight||Slam Dunk||Best Dunks|
|Harrison Barnes||Golden State||6-8||210||First time||Watch|
|Paul George||Indiana||6-8||210||Second time|
|Damian Lillard||Portland||6-3||195||First time|
|Ben McLemore||Sacramento||6-5||195||First time|
|Terrence Ross||Toronto||6-6||195||Second time||Watch|
|John Wall||Washington||6-4||195||First time||Watch|
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