In Case You Missed It: Every Dunk From The 2011 Slam Dunk Contest

- By Bossip Staff

The dunk contest hasn’t been entertaining the past couple of years, but this year was different as the NBA brought in some of youngest and most talented dunkers they have.

Hoping to achieve the level of entertainment like the early decade 2000 dunk contest or even the exciting 2006 contest, the NBA brought in Blake Griffin, Javale McGee, Serge Ibaka, and DeMar DeRozan.

Although we think Javale McGee was robbed from the title after his amazing dunks that included 3 balls at once and dunking 2 hoops at the same time, (one a 13 footer) texting fans could not resist the theatrics of Blake Griffin receiving an ally-oop as he jumps over a car.

In case you somehow missed it or just want to see the excitement all over, head to to see what was one of the most creative and exciting Slam Dunk Contests that we’ve had in years.

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  • whoisthat

    DeMar DeRozan who is my brother was robbed once again this year.

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    • Laura

      NICE NEWS !
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      McGee got robbed…Blake was whack as shit! #thatisallmuthafukas

  • Dallas Austin Houston

    McGee got robbed…Blake was whack as shit! #thatisallmuthafukas

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