6 NBA Players With Multiple NBA All-Star Dunk Contest Wins Featuring Michael Jordan and Zach LaVine
2024/02/08

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The NBA All-Star Dunk has been showcasing mind-blowing athleticism since 1984, with athletes needing to leave both peers and fans in awe to win the contest. Only six athletes have won the competition more than once, including Zach LaVine and Michael Jordan. Nate Robinson, the former Knicks guard, is one of the most iconic faces of the NBA Slam Dunk Contest, winning three awards. Standing at 5'9", fans were amazed by his vertical leap. Dominique Wilkins, a Hawks legend, won the contest in 1985 and 1990 with his breathtaking jams. Michael Jordan, known for his iconic free-throw line dunk, avenged his 1985 defeat against Wilkins in 1988. Harold Miner, dubbed "Baby Jordan," won the contest in 1993 and 1995, while Jason Richardson took home the title in 2002 and 2003. In the post-2010 era, Zach LaVine has become a prolific name, winning the award twice in 2015 and 2016. During these years, LaVine faced off against Aaron Gordon in an epic battle, showcasing their boundless creativity and athletic chops.

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