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Top 10 NBA Dunkers of All Time

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A countdown of the top 10 NBA dunkers of all time. Relive highlights from some of the most athletic high flyers the game has ever seen.
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Honorable Mention:

11. J.R. Smith
12. Zach LaVine
13. Clyde Drexler
14. James White
15. Andre Iguodala
16. Desmond Mason
17. Russell Westbrook
18. Tracy McGrady
19. Stromile Swift
20. Rudy Gay
21. Darryl Dawkins
22. Ricky Davis
23. Nate Robinson
24. Dwight Howard
25. Spud Webb
26. Amare Stoudemire
27. DeAndre Jordan
28. Shaquille Oneal
29. Ricky Davis
30. Robert Pack
31. Dee Brown
32. Harold Minor
33. Terrence Ross
34. DeMar DeRozan
35. Shannon Brown
36. Isiah Rider
37. Derrick Rose
38. Dwyane Wade
39. Kenny Walker
40. Larry Nance
41. Jeff Green
42. Kevin Garnett
43. Steve Francis
44. Baron Davis
45. Paul George
46. Josh Smith
47. Kirk Snyder
48. Andrew Wiggins
49. John Wall
50. Kenyon Martin
51. Derrick Williams
52. David Thompson
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About NBA Countdown:

NBA Countdown provides opinionated lists of many different NBA Players top plays as well as other lists relating to the NBA or the game of basketball. I strive to create a a fair and unbiased list of plays but at the same time, everyone has their own opinion on lists and no opinion is right or wrong.

I judge plays based on the context of the situation, the overall difficulty, and how aesthetically pleasing the play is. Performances are not counted as 'plays'. This means that Kobe Bryant's 81 point game, Wilt Chamberlains 100 point game would not be listed on the top 10 career plays list.

It is worth mentioning that there is no single definition of a 'play'. For example, if someone made a nice block on defense then immediately drove down the court and posterized someone, would that be a single play? Or would the block and the dunk be two seperate plays? I try to not throw in things that are more performance related rather than plays, but sometimes the 'play' is the overall moment of something. It's just too hard to define plays but I try my best to make that differentiation when I make these countdowns.

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