ūüďļ Come Fly with Knicks – 2K22 edition

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De 1986 à 2021, nous avons compilé pour vous toutes les participations des Knickerbockers au moment le plus fun, le plus spectaculaire des All Star Weekend : le NBA Slam Dunk Contest.

L’occasion de d√©couvrir ou red√©couvrir les champions Kenny Walker & Nate Robinson (3 fois, record all-time) mais aussi d’autres voltigeurs oubli√©s.

A voir maintenant si en 2022 Obi Toppin va réussir à inscrire son nom parmi les légendes du Dunk.

Et pour tous les amoureux des chiffres, voici édition après édition les notes obtenus par nos Knickerbockers, et leurs adversaires, lors de leurs participations :

1986

Player First round Semifinals Finals
Spud Webb (Atlanta) 141 (46+48+47) 138 (50+42+46) 100(50+50)
Dominique Wilkins (Atlanta) BYEa 138 (46+47+45) 98 (50+48)
Terence Stansbury (Indiana) 129b (34+47+48) 132 (44+39+49)
Gerald Wilkins (New York) 133 (44+50+39) 87 (37+25+25)
Jerome Kersey (Portland) 129 (39+43+47)
Paul Pressey (Milwaukee) 116 (44+35+37)
Roy Hinson (Cleveland) 112 (35+39+38)
Terry Tyler (Sacramento) 110 (37+36+37)

aWilkins received a first-round bye as he was the previous year’s champion.
bStansbury defeated Kersey in a dunk-off to break their tie.

1987

Player First round Semifinals Finals
Michael Jordan (Chicago) 88 (41+47) 148 (49+49+50) 146(48+48+50)
Jerome Kersey (Portland) 92 (48+44) 147 (50+48+49) 140 (46+45+49)
Terence Stansbury (Seattle) 99 (49+50) 144 (49+45+50)
Clyde Drexler (Portland) 92 (45+47) 136 (46+45+45)
Ron Harper (Cleveland) 83 (45+38)
Johnny Dawkins (San Antonio) 81 (37+44)
Tom Chambers (Seattle) 62 (41+21)
Gerald Wilkins (New York) 62 (41+21)

1989

Player First round Semifinals Finals
Kenny ¬ę¬†Sky¬†¬Ľ Walker (New York) 91.3 (42.5+48.8) 96.4 (46.9+49.5) 148.1(48.9+49.6+49.6)
Clyde Drexler (Portland) 93.7 (46.6+47.1) 95.0 (47.3+47.7) 49.5 (24.5+25.0+ 0.0a)
Spud Webb (Atlanta) 94.5 (46.8+47.7) 91.8 (47.8+44.0)
Shelton Jones (Philadelphia) 89.5 (44.1+45.4) 90.6 (45.7+44.9)
Tim Perry (Phoenix) 89.4 (44.4+45.0)
Jerome Kersey (Portland) 88.9 (44.9+44.0)
Ron Harper (Cleveland) 88.5 (41.7+46.8)
Chris Morris (New Jersey) 83.2 (41.1+42.1)

aDrexler did not attempt his final dunk, as victory was out of reach.

1990

Player First round Semifinals Finals
Dominique Wilkins (Atlanta) 96.3 (48.1+48.2) 97.7 (48.0+49.7) 146.8(47.9+49.7+49.2)
Kenny Smith (Sacramento) 93.0 (43.4+49.6) 98.3 (49.1+49.2) 145.1 (48.1+49.8+47.2)
Kenny ¬ę¬†Sky¬†¬Ľ Walker (New York) 95.2 (47.0+48.2) 97.4 (49.5+47.9)
Shawn Kemp (Seattle) 98.2 (49.1+49.1) 96.4 (47.6+48.8)
Scottie Pippen (Chicago) 92.2 (47.2+45.0)
Rex Chapman (Charlotte) 92.1 (45.5+46.6)
Billy Thompson (Miami) 91.4 (47.7+43.7)
Kenny Battle (Phoenix) 85.8 (42.5+42.8)

1992

Player First round Semifinals Finals
Cedric Ceballos (Phoenix) 85.4 (43.1+42.3) 90.4 (45.7+44.7) 97.2(47.2+50.0‚Äď43.3)
Larry Johnson (Charlotte) 98.0 (48.6+49.4) 98.0 (49.6+48.4) 66.0 (33.5+32.5‚Äď0.0a)
Nick Anderson (Orlando) 88.6 (47.4+41.2) 89.8 (46.0+43.8)
John Starks (New York) 89.6 (42.6+47.0) 87.9 (43.1+44.8)
Doug West (Minnesota) 84.1 (44.3+39.8)
Shawn Kemp (Seattle) 81.4 (47.4+34.0)
Stacey Augmon (Atlanta) 79.5 (44.7+34.8)

aJohnson did not attempt his final dunk, as victory was out of reach.

1996
Beginning this year, in the first round, each competitor was allowed 90 seconds to do as many dunks as he chooses with one overall score. The final round score was the best of two dunks.

Player First round Finals
Brent Barry (L.A. Clippers) 45.5 8.0, 49.0
Michael Finley (Phoenix) 45.0 7.0, 46.2
Greg Minor (Boston) 41.0 2.0, 40.0
Jerry Stackhouse (Philadelphia) 40.0
Doug Christie (New York) 39.5
Darrell Armstrong (Orlando) 25.5

2006

Player First round Finals Tie-break
Nate Robinson (New York) 93 (49+44) 94 (44+50) 47
Andre Iguodala (Philadelphia) 95 (45+50) 94 (50+44) 46
Hakim Warrick (Memphis) 86 (44+42)
Josh Smith (Atlanta) 81 (41+40)

2007

Player First round Finals
Gerald Green (Boston) 95 (48+47) 91(41+50)
Nate Robinson (New York) 90 (45+45) 80 (39+41)
Dwight Howard (Orlando) 85 (43+42)
Tyrus Thomas (Chicago) 80 (37+43)

2009
The final round was decided by fan voting via text messaging.

Player First round Finals
Nate Robinson (New York) 87 (46+41) 52%
Dwight Howard (Orlando) 100 (50+50) 48%
J. R. Smith (Denver) 85 (43+42)
Rudy Fern√°ndez (Portland) 84 (42+42)

2010
The final round was decided by fan voting via text messaging.

Player First round Finals
Nate Robinson (New York) 89 (44+45) 51%
DeMar DeRozan (Toronto) 92 (42+50) 49%
Gerald Wallace (Charlotte) 78 (38+40)
Shannon Brown (L.A. Lakers) 78 (37+41)

2013
The final round was decided by fan voting via text messaging.

Player First round Finals
Terrence Ross (Toronto) 99 (50+49) 58%
Jeremy Evans (Utah) 90 (47+43) 42%
Eric Bledsoe (L.A. Clippers) 89 (39+50)
Kenneth Faried (Denver) 89 (39+50)
Gerald Green (Indiana) 83 (50+33)
James White (New York) 77 (45+32)

2019

 
Player First round Finals
Hamidou Diallo (Oklahoma City) 98(48+50) 88(43+45)
Dennis Smith Jr. (New York) 95 (45+50) 85 (35+50)
Miles Bridges (Charlotte) 83 (33+50)
John Collins (Atlanta) 82 (40+42)

2021

 
Player First round Finals
Anfernee Simons (Portland) 95 (46+49) 3
Obi Toppin (New York) 94 (48+46) 2
Cassius Stanley (Indiana) 81 (44+37)

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