2003 dunk contest

Was The 2003 Dunk Contest The Most Dramatic In NBA History?

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Of all the legendary Dunk Contests over the years, none was more dramatic than the 2003 showdown between Jason Richardson and Desmond Mason.

#Chris Paul

Former Slam Dunk Champ Desmond Mason & The NBA’s Best Actors

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I always figured that if Desmond Mason ever became known for something outside of the NBA, it would be as an artist.

#NBA

Below The Rim: 6 Unfortunate Dunk Contest Winners

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The NBA’s Slam Dunk Contest has birthed winners like Michael Jordan, Dominique Wilkins, Kobe Bryant and Vince Carter; all of whom went on to have Hall of Fame to above average careers.

#KEVIN DURANT

My Top 10 Favorite Sonics of the Past 25 Years

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My favorite team wore green, too. No, the Seattle Supersonics don't perfectly blend into the St.

#BLAKE GRIFFIN

Trading Away The Future

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Of all the WTF-inducing headlines I expected to see coming from Golden State Warriors camp this season, "Anthony Randolph is on the trading block" definitely wasn't one of them.

#LeBron James

Old-Fashioned Butt Cooking

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Breaking down the first-week performances of the serious 2010 title contenders, Spurs announcer Sean Elliott messed up his words and said the Lakers took an "old-fashioned butt cooking" from the Mavs on Friday night.

#KEVIN DURANT

Oklahoma City Thunder ’09-10 NBA season preview

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Last year we debuted the "Highs and Lows" system -- previewing the NBA season by predicting the respective ceiling and basement for each team.

TYREKE EVANS

Sacramento Kings ’09-10 NBA season preview

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NBA training camps are underway, meaning it's time again for Dime's team-by-team season previews.

#CARMELO ANTHONY

The Denver Nuggets Need To Make This Move Right Now

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Last year the Nuggets finished 54-28, won the Northwest Division and pushed the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals.

#KEVIN DURANT

OKC Thunder: One player away

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Although the '09 NBA free agent class isn't as stacked as in years past — not to mention the League is being more thrifty than ever due to the slumping economy — teams still have holes they want to plug, and players have moves they want to make.


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