Michael Jordan 1988, Chicago In perhaps the NBA's best dunk contest, hometown favorite Jordan edged Dominique Wilkins 147-145 in the finals to become the first repeat winner. Needing a 48 on his final attempt to overtake Wilkins, Jordan scored a 50 after taking off just inside the free-throw line for a dunk.
Spud Webb and the late Manute Bol. At 7'7" tall, Bol was one of the tallest players ever to appear in the NBA. Webb, who was 5'7" tall, was one of the shortest players in NBA history. Webb is notable for winning a 1986 slam dunk contest despite his size.
This trio of NBA superstars has a total 13 Championships, but who was actually the best in his first 10 seasons in the NBA